Boost for Marie Curie’s ‘wonderful work’

PUBLISHED: 08:10 21 August 2015 | UPDATED: 08:10 21 August 2015

Marie Curie Cancer Care at their coffee morning with town crier Nick Goodwin are (l to r) Wendy Thorn, Nick Goodwin, Su Colton, Russ Bracey, Sandy Sinclair and Steve Thorn. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

Marie Curie Cancer Care at their coffee morning with town crier Nick Goodwin are (l to r) Wendy Thorn, Nick Goodwin, Su Colton, Russ Bracey, Sandy Sinclair and Steve Thorn. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

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Axminster coffee morning and sale is well supported

A steady stream of customers ensured a healthy total when fundraisers for Axminster and Seaton Marie Curie group held a coffee morning and sale.

It took place at the Church Rooms in Axminster, where there was tea and coffee, a cake stall, bric-a-brac and a raffle. Organiser Sandy Sinclair said the £230 raised would help the charity’s nurses in their ‘wonderful work’ for people with terminal illnesses.

“We are extremely grateful to all who contributed items, as well as all the people who joined in for coffee and purchases,” he said.


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