The team ,‘Minna’s Muddy Marshes’, consisted of six cousin and included Worthing based Richard Sandell, and Ben Marsh, who lives in Chichester. Also on the team was Alexandra Bennett, Stuart Sandell, Lizzie Marsh and Nicola Marsh. Their grandmother Minna was cared for by St Barnabas in 2012. Nicky Ifould, events and campaigns fundraiser at St Barnabas House, said: “I would like to thank the family for taking on such a tough challenge to raise money for the hospice. The amount they raised is enough to cover the cost of 10 days of care for a patient in our In-patient Unit, which is a phenomenal achievement.”
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