Officers show their support to Bradley
Officers donned their football club's colours on Friday to raise money for charity and show their support to the family of brave football mascot Bradley Lowery.
The six-year-old Sunderland mascot touched the hearts of football fans everywhere with his cheeky smile and determination in the face of his battle with neuroblastoma.
Bradley sadly passed away on 7 July and his funeral was held on Friday in his home village of Blackhall Colliery near Sunderland – which was attended by thousands of people including his ‘best friend’ and England striker Jermaine Defoe.
Bradley’s family invited those who could not attend the funeral to wear their football shirt to work and several officers wore their club colours on Friday – raising more than £35 for the Bradley Lowery Foundation.
The photo of our officers was posted on social media and was reported on the Bucks Free Press website on Friday afternoon.
If you would like to make a donation visit https://bradleylowerysfight.org.uk/.