Market brings seasonal cheer for Grove House
MORE than �1,500 was raised for Grove House at a hugely-successful Christmas market last weekend. Hundreds of Christmas shoppers braved the elements to browse around a wide range of unusual gift stalls at the Childwickbury market. Among the exhibitors was
MORE than �1,500 was raised for Grove House at a hugely-successful Christmas market last weekend.
Hundreds of Christmas shoppers braved the elements to browse around a wide range of unusual gift stalls at the Childwickbury market.
Among the exhibitors was calligrapher Annie Larner who collected more than �90 for the hospice and a local honey maker from Childwickbury who donated 50p for every pot of honey sold.
Christiane Kubrick, whose Childwickbury Arts hosted the Christmas market, said: "I am always happy to lend our support to Grove House. The hospice is such a very special place, doing amazing work to support local people with cancer."
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Liz Hizli, community fundraiser at Grove House, thanked Mrs Kubrick and her team. She said: "The weekend was a great success and we are enormously grateful to Mrs Kubrick for once again supporting the hospice. We rely heavily on local support to keep our services running."
Anyone who would like to help support Grove House should call 01727 731000 or visit www.grove-house.org.uk
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