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Winkworth raise nearly £7,000 in a day for cancer charity

Monday 2nd April 2012
Written by Rosalind Renshaw

A 50-strong team of bucket-shaking volunteers from Winkworth did a fantastic job raising money for the Marie Curie cancer charity.

They spent 12 hours at Waterloo Station in London, taking part in the Daffodil Appeal.

By 10am they had raised over £1,500 and by the end of the day, the grand total was £6,821.75 – smashing previous achievements.

Winkworth has supported the Daffodil Appeal for many years, and this was a fantastic effort.

Rachel Noden, from Winkworth Battersea, said: “We have always found this a rewarding activity, and many of us are humbled when we talk to those moving through the station about their experiences of Marie Curie and how this incredible organisation has touched their lives.”  

Congratulations – and thanks for a superb and largely unsung effort, which reflects so well on the industry.

(3) Comments

Added by EW on 2012-04-03 08:56:56

Excellent effort - well done Winkworth
Added by PeeBee on 2012-04-02 21:06:47

A brilliant achievement for what is an extremely worthwhile cause.

Well done - and thanks - to all those that took part.
Added by AceofSpades on 2012-04-02 11:28:57

Excellent effort - Well done guys.

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