And for my next trick, I help the hospice

Reuben Cole, would-be magician James Elliott-Kemp and Dan Newell-Price
Reuben Cole, would-be magician James Elliott-Kemp and Dan Newell-Price
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He’s the sorcerer’s apprentice whose feats of mystery and illusion conjured up a marvellous £70 for St Luke’s Hospice!

Junior magician James Elliott-Kemp, of Ranmoor, Sheffield, loves to impress with his tricks and sleight of hand.

And the 11-year-old was joined by friends Reuben Cole and Dan Newell-Price as the trio staged their own magic show for family and friends, raising a final total of £70 for the city’s only hospice.

“This was a fantastic effort and proves that you’re never too young to start supporting St Luke’s,” said hospice community fundraising assistant Susie Jackson.

“The boys did all the work on the show themselves and decided to support us because they think we’re a great local charity.

“There’s really only one way to describe these boys – they’re magic!”