A NINE-year-old Keighley boy has held a second sale to support people living with cancer.

Rye Cyhanko-Hawker raised £150 for Macmillan Cancer Support last summer by selling his toys at the roadside outside his Long Lee home.

This month, he booked a stall at Long Lee Village Hall's Christmas fair to sell more of his toys in aid of Manorlands.

Rye's latest sale raised £14.40, but a Just Giving page for people who could not make the sale raised a further £120 for the Oxenhope hospice.

Rye's proud mum Rachelle said her son had been determined to do another sale following the success of his Macmillan fundraiser.

She said: "I told him to keep half of what he made for his efforts, and the other half is going to Manorlands."

Rye Cyhanko-Hawker, who attends St Anne’s Primary School in Keighley, set up the stall in summer with his teenage sister Neamh.

They were inspired by a family friend in Scarborough that Macmillan nurses had been supporting.