Tea and strawberries in Park Street for children's hospice

PUBLISHED: 12:00 20 August 2010

Right to left Janice O'Neill, Community Fundraiser for Keech Hospice Care, Angela Wildman, Harry 7, Beatrix 11 with mum Delia Bramwell, Julia Butcher, Volunteer, Lauren Wildman and Gerry Wildman.

Right to left Janice O'Neill, Community Fundraiser for Keech Hospice Care, Angela Wildman, Harry 7, Beatrix 11 with mum Delia Bramwell, Julia Butcher, Volunteer, Lauren Wildman and Gerry Wildman.

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STRAWBERRIES proved a succulent and successful draw at a fundraiser for a children's hospice last week.

Angela and Gerry Wildman held their third annual Strawberry Tea at their Hazel Road, Park Street, home to raise money for Keech Hospice Care. And they defied expectations and raised over £600 for the Luton-based hospice – exceeding last year’s total by more than £100.

The two-hour long fair attracted more than 90 visitors and money was raised through a raffle and a strawberry-themed food stall.

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