Hospice set to benefit from club donation

Caroline Roberts-Quigley (fundraiser at the Chestnut Tree Hospice) accepts the cheque from Alan Ireland, president of Arundel Probus Club
Caroline Roberts-Quigley (fundraiser at the Chestnut Tree Hospice) accepts the cheque from Alan Ireland, president of Arundel Probus Club

Arundel Probus Club president Alan Ireland has presented a cheque for £250 to Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice fundraiser Caroline Roberts-Quigley.

This is the sum needed for a child to enjoy a ‘Stay & Play’ day at the hospice. This allows children with life-shortening illnesses to take place in fun activiies and make friends, while giving mum and dad a welcome break from daily care. The donation was result of proceeds raised by a raffle .

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