Mend our Mum stall

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I am holding a tombola and raffle stall this coming Saturday, 8th November, on The Lord Combermere car park.

As you will know, my fund raising through the Midnight Walk for the past ten years and past raffles has been to raise money for St Luke's.

When I heard about Bernie and the wonderful Mend our Mum programme of events to help raise a huge amount to provide the treatment she needs, which isn't available on the NHS, I thought this year I must help Mend our Mum.

Who knows, any of us around the stall might even get to be in the Amazing Grace video which is being made and which sounds so exciting. If not on the day, perhaps later during filming!

All the money we can raise can make a difference so look out for me on The Lord C car park on Saturday from 8.30am until around midday.

My thanks to Allan and Jo at the pub for letting me use their car park.

The photo, by the way, is from a Fancy Dress Walk, also part of the Mend our Mum campaign.

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