A FLORIST in Rayleigh is backing a local charity supporting heart health.
Courts of Rayleigh are giving a helping hand to the Carli Lansley Foundation, whose ethos centres around “keeping young hearts healthy”.
Carli Lansley, a beloved wife and mother, died aged 36 in her sleep from Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome in 2017.
Her husband Karl set the foundation up in her memory, with children Jess and Ethan.
A spokesperson for the foundation said: “Our Foundation would like to say a huge “Thank You” to florists Courts of Rayleigh for offering to have one of our collection tins, and our leaflets, on display in their shop
“We are also pleased to say that our charity has arranged for their staff, plus friends and families, to be checked at our ECG screening days so they appreciate how much our Foundation is aiming to help young people locally
“Yesterday, the kids and I popped in to Courts to drop of the tins and leaflets and grab a photo
Jess and Ethan are pictured with Mia and Alice from the florists.”
Contact us. Email: [email protected]