Presentation time, back from left, Emma Mickleburgh, Carly Wingfield, Vicky Winterton, Judith King, Tracy Hall and Zehra Ebelhack. Front, Mervyn Wiles, Barbara Cruikshank, retired HR manager at Snap On and Kirsty Hill. Picture: Paul Tibbs

More than £500 has been raised for the Lisa Wiles Red Wellies Brain Tumour Support Fund by King’s Lynn- based Snap On Diagnostics.

The West Norfolk charity was founded in 2012 in memory of mum Lisa, who died as a result of a brain tumour.

Georgina Clark, of Snap On Diagnostics, said: “Colleague Andrew Hill passed away almost a year to the day of the cheque presentation from this illness. As a business we chose this charity.”

Mr Hill, 33, of Lynn, had worked with the firm for four years and died last January.

The money, which will go towards research, was raised from activities including cake sales and raffles. A cheque was presented to Lisa’s father, Mervyn Wiles and Mr Hill’s wife Kirsty also attended.

Mrs Clark said speaking to Mr Wiles and Mrs Hill was heartwarming and helped to keep  memories of their loved ones alive.

“I think the cheque presentation ties up the end of a journey and gives closure to the team who worked with Andrew,” she said.