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£80raised of £200 target by 4 supporters

    Weʼve raised £80 to help Haltwhistle war memorial hospital

    Haltwhistle, UK
    Funded on Thursday, 16th August 2018

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    Im doing a skydive in june, it was going to be just for fun but ive thought why not raise a bit of money for a local service. It would of been my dads 60th in May so because of that ive decided to try and raise some money for haltwhistle hospital who looked after him from the beginning right up until the end. Im not expecting to get hundreds but what i do get will hopefully help them and to show how much i appreciated how much they actually did for my dad.



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      • Ruth & Brian xxxx

        Ruth & Brian xxxx

        Jul 8, 2018

        Well done Louise, your dad would be so proud of you 😄


      • Jane Haydock

        Jane Haydock

        Apr 28, 2018

        From all of us over the border


      • Zoe Bacon

        Zoe Bacon

        Apr 25, 2018

        Good luck, your doing an amazing thing xx


      • Beryl Surtees

        Beryl Surtees

        Apr 25, 2018

        You will do this x


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      Louise Teasdale

      Louise Teasdale

      Haltwhistle, UK

      Raising money for Haltwhistle war memorial hospital. No reason other than to say thank you for looking after my dad while he was in their care.

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