September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.
A midlands town is turning gold to raise awareness about childhood cancer.
The Lions Club in Tullamore are supporting Childhood Cancer Ireland as part of their five global causes.
An average of 353 children, adolescents and young adutls in Ireland every year get diagnosed with the disease.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and this weekend will see the Town Hall, the Kilcruttin Centre and Supermacs in Tullamore be lit gold.
President of Tullamore Lions Club, Anthony Kearns, says cancer at a young age can influence your life for a long time: