A WOMEN'S choir was in fine voice when it raised more than £2,000 from a concert in aid of a father-of-two who has an incurable blood cancer.

Decibellas Women’s Choir of Tarporley hosted its Christmas concert at St Boniface church in Bunbury, Cheshire.

The event was in aid of 42-year-old Pete McCleave, who has been given seven years to live having been diagnosed with incurable blood cancer myeloma.

The evening raised in excess of £2,000 for the stem cell donor register, DKMS, as well as helping to encourage more people to become donors.

Myeloma leaves sufferers with a compromised immune system and stem cells can be used to fix this.

Pete’s aim in 2018 was to find 10,000 new donors, a target he smashed in a matter of months.

Now approaching 40,000 registered donors, he has increased the target to 100,000 and so far, there have been 12 confirmed matches, raising the hopes of life-saving treatment.

Pete and local musician Lee Gordon have released a single, 'The Tide for 10000 DONORS', to raise awareness of the campaign.

For more information about the campaign, visit www.10000donors.com and for more information about the choir, visit www.decibellas.co.uk.