THE owner of a pancake and prosecco business is helping to fundraise for a teenage boy’s cancer treatment by donating 50 per cent of her takings to his fundraiser.

Jessica Hayes, 27, owners Jessecco Prosecco and Pancakes – a business which runs from a converted 1960s horse box selling prosecco and pancakes which tours the area.

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Jessica is at Binfield Heath today (June 26) between 12pm and 8pm and has a donation pot on the counter for people to make donations to Charlie Ilsley from Emmer Green.

Charlie has recently flown to Mexico for potentially lifesaving treatment with his mum Toni and dad Mark.

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She explained she will be giving 50 per cent of her takings to Charlie’s fundraiser and will continue to do this until the family raise another £2,500 for his treatment.

Jessica from Henley doesn’t know the Ilsley family but said: “It’s such a sad story and I just want to feel like I have done my bit.”

Jessica has been running the business for three years and sells various pancakes including lemon and sugar, ham and cheese, Nutella and banana and Nutella and biscoff.

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She also serves gluten free and vegan options as well as selling prosecco.

Speaking at 1pm today, Jessica said she had already raised £75 for Charlie.

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