By Tristan Harris Tuesday 24 September 2013 Updated: 26/09 00:49
THREE kind-hearted Bromsgrove tradesmen will be offering their services for free during weekends throughout October to raise cash for the Primrose Hosice.
Joe Brookes, John Andrews and Chas Brown will carry out building, electrical and plumbing work in return for donations to the charity.
The fund-raiser was the brainchild of Joe Brookes who lost his 57-year-old dad Michael to pancreatic cancer a few months ago.
Joe told The Standard: "It was the Primrose which helped him out and he spent a lot of time there.
"I would like to show my gratitude for everything they did for him."
Michael, like Joe, was also a builder.
"I thought this would be a fitting way to remember him and raise funds for such a worthwhile cause at the same time," added Joe.
Anyone wanting to book the team, or make a general donation to Joe, John and Chas' fund-raising drive, should call Joe on 07792 485985.
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