Sweet success for dental practice

From left, practice manager Danielle Carver, dentist Carol Mulready, head nurse Tina Carter-Glue, chiropractor Lynne Johnson and trainee dental nurse Louise Kurzen. Picture: Kate Shemilt ks170079-1

From left, practice manager Danielle Carver, dentist Carol Mulready, head nurse Tina Carter-Glue, chiropractor Lynne Johnson and trainee dental nurse Louise Kurzen. Picture: Kate Shemilt ks170079-1

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Staff at the Mulready Dental Practice in Midhurst baked cakes to raise money for the Make a Wish Foundation.

Practice manager Danielle Carver, dentist Carol Mulready, head nurse Tina Carter-Glue, chiropractor Lynne Johnson and trainee dental nurse Louise Kurzen all supported the Bake a Wish event.

Danielle said: “I am delighted to say we managed to raise £100 for Make a Wish Foundation, which we have sent on to them.

“All proceeds will go towards making a serioulsy ill child’s wish come true. The fantastic foundation grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions.”

The event at the North Street practice was part of Denplan’s Valentine’s Day Bake-A-Wish campaign and each member of staff baked a cake or other treats for all members of the public to buy.

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