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Brid residents raise £2,000 for Marie Curie care

Marie Curie Fundraising committee members thank members of the local community for there donations.

Marie Curie Fundraising committee members thank members of the local community for there donations.

COMMITTEE members of Marie Curie Fundraising in Bridlington have thanked residents of the town for helping them raise well over £2,000.

Over the past few months, the impressive amount has been raised by donations from a number of local people and groups.

Charlie Kilburn at the Ship Inn, Sewerby, allowed Marie Curie to collect at the annual bonfire, which raised £193.

The Marie Curie ‘Taste of Autumn’ evening at Bridlington North Library raised £310 and was so enjoyable committee members hope to do it again this year.

Another £1,100 was donated after three recent funerals, while Richard Sanderson gave £403 after his trek to Nepal.

Practice One at Bridlington Medical Centre on Station Avenue gave the fantastic sum of £519, which was raised from patients donating when they went for a flu jab.

Martongate Primary School raised £113.50 after collections at Christmas nativities.

A Marie Curie quiz will be held at the Ransdale Hotel on Monday, February 4, 7.30pm for 8pm – no tickets are required.

Throughout March, the charity’s Great Daffodil Appeal will begin and will see committee members out and about selling the flowers.

 

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