Miss Hertfordshire raises money for charity at St Albans clinic

PUBLISHED: 11:52 15 December 2017

Miss Hertfordshire Rachel Pitman with Kerri Lewis from the Skin to Love Clinic.

Miss Hertfordshire Rachel Pitman with Kerri Lewis from the Skin to Love Clinic.

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The reigning Miss Hertfordshire has helped a St Albans clinic raise £500 for local charities.

Miss Hertfordshrie Rachel Pitman at the Skin to Love Clinic.Miss Hertfordshrie Rachel Pitman at the Skin to Love Clinic.

Rachel Pitman, who is also deputy Miss England after winning the title of first runner up, helped the Skin to Love Clinic raise £250 each for Keech Hospice Care and Cancer Research UK.

She helped the clinic raise the money at its fourth anniversary party, The cheques were presented to Rachel and Keech Hospice regional fundraiser Steve Albon at the clinic on Friday, December 8.

Rachel said: “I initially heard about the Hospice from a Hertfordshire resident who found massive support from the care Steve and the whole team there gave. After visiting the hospice first hand, I am still in awe of how special this place and the people that work there are.”

Jane Lewis, director of the Skin to Love Clinic, said: “That our patients were so generous is beyond amazing. I’m so proud of all of them, and delighted to be able to present the charities with such generous cheques.”

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