Beatie Francis & Jennie Torpey: April 2017
The Caribbean evening was a great success and everyone enjoyed the entertainment and delicious food. We've had some last minute donations given, so the final total raised for the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity is £1,010!
A very big Thank You to all those who cooked, baked, organised, donated raffle prizes, and helped in any way, as well as those who came along!
Special thanks to Jean Taylor and her family, Viv & Steve Kemp, and Maureen Tucker & Pearl Riley!
Here's to next year's — in aid of Action for Children!
For the Florence Nightingale Hospice website, click here.
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