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£115raised of £200 target by 15 supporters

    Weʼve raised £115 to provide a Christmas meal for local elderly people that live alone & to buy a Christmas gift for disadvantaged children.

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    Funded on Friday, 16th December 2016

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    On the 26th November 2016 myself & some friends are walking from Royal Preston Hospital to Chorley Hospital to raise money to provide a group of local elderly people who live alone a Christmas dinner.
    The dinner will be at a local eating establishment so will also allow them to socialise & not be alone at Christmas.
    In addition to this we are hoping to raise enough to also provide a Christmas gift for a group of children with complex needs & learning difficulties.
    Please would you be so kind as to sponsor me, all contributions help no matter how small.
    Spread some Christmas cheer.🎄
    Thank you in anticipation of your kindness

    Debs xx

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      • Stephen Tracey

        Stephen Tracey

        Nov 28, 2016

        Well done sis. For a good cause. Eventually remembered. X

        £10.00

      • Lisa Charnley

        Lisa Charnley

        Nov 27, 2016

        Great effort for a good cause! Well done x

        £10.00

      • Debra Forde

        Debra Forde

        Nov 25, 2016

        Merry Christmas to you all.x

        £10.00

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