Pulling together to raise funds

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If you need help in fundraising, then I suggest you go to the group that knits, crochets or does another craft.

I go to a craft group and the library in Amngmering. In Rustington I go to St Josephs Church, the Guild Care shop and the library. The library and the guild care shop are going. In Littlehampton I go to the libaray and Arcade Knitters.

These people are fantastic at helping.

I decided to do ‘Brave the Shave’ for Macmillan Cancer Care. I suggested we support another charity as well. I asked everyone to bring a hat to go to either Link to Hope or Special Care Babies at Worthing Hospital.

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There were 126 hats, and over 80 prizes were donated for the raffle.

Macmillan asked what my target – regarding sponsorship – would be. From the top of my head I said £500, thinking if I get half that would be good.

I have to include and family as well as all the knitters. The total at present is £879.63.

You are all wonderful people and so generous. Thank you so much.

Diana Wade

Sheepfold Avenue


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