Group will be on song for charity

A group of friends will be singing Christmas carols in Doncaster town centre, in aid of Motor Neurone Disease. Pictured back L-R are Sarah Aspinall, 16, of Highfields, Sarah Hoyland, 16, of Cusworth, Elinor Wood, 15, of Scawsby, and Levi Storm Wilby, 14, of Intake. Front L-R are Chloe Mitchell, nine, of Scawsby, Jasmin Haughey, nine, of Dunsville, Charlotte Day, ten, of Sprotbrough, Danielle Mitchell, 15, of Scawsby, and Lauren Gaughen, 11, of Balby.  Picture: Liz Mockler D1473LM
A group of friends will be singing Christmas carols in Doncaster town centre, in aid of Motor Neurone Disease. Pictured back L-R are Sarah Aspinall, 16, of Highfields, Sarah Hoyland, 16, of Cusworth, Elinor Wood, 15, of Scawsby, and Levi Storm Wilby, 14, of Intake. Front L-R are Chloe Mitchell, nine, of Scawsby, Jasmin Haughey, nine, of Dunsville, Charlotte Day, ten, of Sprotbrough, Danielle Mitchell, 15, of Scawsby, and Lauren Gaughen, 11, of Balby. Picture: Liz Mockler D1473LM

A TEENAGER will be hitting the high notes tomorrow during a carol singing event she’s organised in aid of a family member fighting a neurological condition.

Selfless Danielle Mitchell decided to put together the fundraiser having learned her half-cousin Dawn Cameron was diagnosed with motor neurone disease at the age of 33.

The 15-year-old Ridgewood School pupil and a group of her friends will be singing in the town centre outside Primark where they hope to raise at least £500.

Dad Gavin said: “We’re really proud of Danielle for organising everything in aid of Dawn. It’s for such a good cause.”