Teen's fundraising tribute TOWORLD Cup aces.
A SCHOOLBOY fundraiser who has collected more than PS250,000 to help beat cancer has recreated the 1966 World Cup team in memory of Bobby Moore.
Fourteen-year-old Jonjo Heuerman, from Dartford, Kent, spent his Easter holidays walking and cycling 450 miles from Germany to Wembley Stadium - marking the 50th anniversary of England's triumph.
Raising money for the Bobby Moore Fund for Cancer Research UK, Jonjo joined 10 other children in the finale of his 10-day journey to form a team, as part of a memorial service yesterday.
Each child represented a member of the World Cup-winning team and carried a posy of flowers to honour 170 relatives lost to cancer.
Jonjo has been raising money in football-themed challenges for more than five years and became one of the youngest people to be awarded with a British Empire Medal in the New Year's Honours 2016.
Jonjo was inspired to raise funds after his gran Lyn died from bowel cancer in 2009 - the same type of cancer as his hero Bobby Moore.
Jonjo said: "This challenge has been really difficult and tiring but I hope it has raised lots of awareness and funds for Cancer Research UK."
<BJonjo Heuerman is raising cash in memory of his hero Bobby Moore