Newquay football team support local appeal
The Newquay men's fourth team are helping to spread the word about the Joe Way appeal by wearing the toddlers logo on their team shirts.
The Kit was paid for by a generous donor who wanted to remain anonymous and it was decided to support a good cause that was helping the local community.
Andy Miller team coach said "we are glad to support Joe's appeal and the team are doing well, we are fourth in the league and play at St Columb minor if people would like to support us".
Team Joe and its supporters have raised over £111,450.00 of which £71,000.00 has gone towards building Cornwall's first children's hospice which opened in March 2012.
The sixth Joe Way Paddle for life is riding a wave towards the Newquay event on Thursday 6th June at Newquay harbour
The original Paddle for Life started after lifeguards from Fistral Beach held a Joe Way memorial paddle to raise money for charity in 2008. Joe is the inspirational little Newquay boy who touched people's lives around the country and beyond.
Matt Way Joe's dad said "This has been a real honor to see Joe's logo on the team shirts and it puts us into another arena where we hope his story will inspire new people".
To take part in the Joe Way Newquay Paddle for life 2013, see what happened at last years event and get up to date news go to www.joewaypaddle.co.uk