Headshave raises huge sum

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The Shroppie Fly, Audlem
Minutes - December 2010

Following the very successful fundraising event at The Shroppie Fly on December 23rd, to raise money for Cancer Research UK (with 12 heads being shaved), my offline fund has now reached £1,595 and the online presently stands at £2,280. An astounding total of £3,875.

Special thanks go to Kate and Andy at the Shroppie Fly, the staff, dart and pool teams, along with all the very generous people of Audlem and surrounding areas, not forgetting our family and friends who have kindly donated online and offline too.

It was clearly evident that Kate's unyielding fundraising efforts were paramount in raising the brilliant offline total!

Fundraising is continuing near to our house in Rainhill, and my personal Cancer Research UK fundraising account is to remain open, so if anyone still wishes to donate to this worthy cause or see some of the photos captured on the 23 December, please visit my website — please click on the link below the photo.

 

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