Tamworth turns yellow for Cancer Council Daffodil Day

SPREAD THE WORD: Paul Hobson of the Cancer Council and volunteer Margaret Rock encourage residents to support Daffodil Day. Photo:Gareth Gardner 240817GGE01

SPREAD THE WORD: Paul Hobson of the Cancer Council and volunteer Margaret Rock encourage residents to support Daffodil Day. Photo:Gareth Gardner 240817GGE01

IT IS one of the most important days on the Cancer Council’s calendar and locals are reminded to dig deep for the cause on Friday.

It is Daffodil Day and volunteers will be spread across Tamworth and the region with bundles of merchandise.

From the bright yellow daffodils to the cute little bears, pens and more – it all goes towards helping those suffering cancer.

In Tamworth you can catch the volunteers across most major shopping centres, including City Plaza, Centrepoint Arcade and Tamworth Shoppingworld.

There will also be a stand at the front of Ray Walsh House, near Target on Peel St and at the front of the Tamworth Cancer Council building. 

You can also find students from local schools spreading the word with buckets in the Taminda industrial area.