IT IS TIME FOR THE LYMM RUGBY CLUB FAMILY TO PULL TOGETHER FOR ADAM COX.
Former first team player and this years Under 9’s coach, Adam Cox, has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer sarcoma on his spine.
The progress of this disease is significantly impacting on his quality of life. A task force of his friends from Lymm RFC, lead by Tim Oakes are working free of charge to transform his garage into a wet room so that Adam does not have to go to St. Rocco’s several times a week just to have a shower.
The materials for this project however need paying for.
So please give generously on the page below and share this far and wide. This will help Adam, his wife Steph and their two young children to improve their quality of life at this extremely difficult time.
We are also organising a rugby match and a gig at the club to raise funds (details to follow)
Tim Oakes and Ollie Brown busy building the wet room for Coxy.
A huge thank you, so far £3175 has been raised in just one day.
If you are reading this please don’t just like and share, if you are able please donate through the Just Giving page below any amount large or small will help.