Weʼve raised £30 to Charlies Christmas Lights 2018 for The Sandra Chapman Centre
- Great Yarmouth, UK
- Funded on Wednesday, 2nd January 2019
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For many years the residents of Potters Drive, Hopton have been used to seeing number 41 decorated up with an outside display of light at Christmas. When Charlie was diagnosed with cancer of the bowl in September 2016, Charlie and Vivianne decided to ask if those enjoying them could donate to The Louise Hamilton Centre at The James Paget Hospital, Gorleston. This year Wayne and Vivianne have Decided to donate any money raised to the Sandra Capman Centre at the James Paget in Gorleston.
The Sandra Chapman Centre provides care and treatment to Cancer Patients.
After Charlie Passed Away on 22nd November 2016, Friends of the Family Banded together to help finish his lights and make sure they shone bright for all to see as he would have wanted. This Year they have come together to Make it happen again. Hopeing to raise funds for the Sandra Capman Centre at the James Paget in Gorleston.
In 2016 we raised £765 on Just Giving along with £835 in other donations. For a total £1600 and last year we raised £500 and we hope to beat that total this year with your help.
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Dec 8, 2018
Christmas wouldn’t be the same in our village without Charlie’s lights. Well done to you for continuing the tradition in his memory. Such a great cause.
Nov 30, 2018
You do a great job!Looks amazing, RIP Charlie
Nov 30, 2018
Always in our thoughts. Charlie would be so very proud of everything that continues in his memory x
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