Children raise money for their local hospital

PUBLISHED: 13:48 11 February 2009 | UPDATED: 23:00 15 June 2010

A NEW club for, and run by, young people will help raise funds and awareness for Seaton Hospital.

A NEW club for, and run by, young people will help raise funds and awareness for Seaton Hospital.The Kingfisher Club was launched with a generous £55 donation from 10-year-olds Jamie Salter and Tom McGreal who did a sponsored silence.The club costs £1 to join and each member will receive a membership card and Kingfisher badge.The Kingfisher Ward was one of the first wards to be built 20 years ago, when the hospital was first opened. Members will organise meetings, with parental supervision, and decide what fundraising events they will hold. Anyone wishing to join should contact Carole Arnold on 07710 809 765 or at the hospital on (01297) 20143.


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