COLLEAGUES of Marie Hartley, the Oswaldtwistle mum-of-two who died in the London bus bombing on 7 July last year, have pledged to raised £10,000 in her memory.
Members of the 34-year-old's family are set to attend a fundraising fun day at her workplace Hambledon Studios, in Padiham, on 10 September.
The day is the latest in a series of events run by Hambledon Studios and the Hallmark greetings card company to raise money for the Marie Hartley Foundation, which will be held in trust for her sons Liam, eight, and Adan, two.
Staff have already taken part in sponsored walks and the Three Peaks Challenge to raise cash for the fund.
Marie's dad John Targett, of Dill Hall Lane, Church, said he and her husband, builder David, of White Ash Lane, would attend the day with her children.
He said: "Marie had only ever worked in one place because she got the job at Hambledon Studios when she was 16, so she was very close to some people there and she is sorely missed. It was a blow to all of them.
"I know they have already made a peace garden in her memory, which all the family have been up to have a look at."
The fun day will include a bouncy castle, displays by the police and fire service, sumo-wrestling suits and a variety of other attractions, including children's games and competitions.