Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Festive boost for local hospice

The Sue Ryder hospice in Nettlebed received a cheque for £14,000 from the Henley Bridge Rotary Club at a Christmas dinner.

The Sue Ryder hospice in Nettlebed received a cheque for £14,000 from the Henley Bridge Rotary Club at a Christmas dinner.

The club raised the funds at its October Hallowe?en Fireworks event.

Club president Annie Lathaen (left) presented the cheque to the charity?s regional fund-raising manager Katie Cuthbert (centre) and said: ?We have so much fun planning the event and raising funds for this wonderful community resource.?

Ms Cuthbert said: ?We would like to thank everyone at the club for their hard work and support. Putting on the fireworks event is such a huge task and every year without fail they do an incredible job.?

Also pictured is Graham Chapman, head of support services for Sue Ryder.

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