Many thanks

PUBLISHED: 13:58 10 October 2007 | UPDATED: 21:49 29 May 2010

May I thank all those involved with our Concert of Celebration held on Saturday October 6 at the Foakes Hall, Great Dunmow, in aid of St. Clare Hospice. It was a fantastic evening s entertainment and the participating choirs from Great Dunmow Primary Sc

May I thank all those involved with our "Concert of Celebration" held on Saturday October 6 at the Foakes Hall, Great Dunmow, in aid of St. Clare Hospice.

It was a fantastic evening's entertainment and the participating choirs from Great Dunmow Primary School, St. Mary's Primary School, Helena Romanes Secondary School and The Dunmow Singers gave truly great performances and delighted the audience.

Although the final total has yet to be calculated, we hope to be able to donate in excess of £1,000 to St. Clare Hospice to assist them with their vital work. Thank you to all who supported this event so generously.

We do have several unclaimed raffle prizes. The winning tickets are as follows:

Yellow 146 Code AM69 CC4C Dressed Porcelain Doll

Blue 258 Code A454 MC46 Jigsaw Puzzle

Blue 264 Code A454 MC46 Luxury Chocolate Biscuits

Yellow 299 Code AM69 CC4C Bone China Coffee Mug

Blue 442 Code A454 MC46 M&S "Ingredients" Shower and Body Creams Collection.

The prizes will be left at the St. Clare Hospice shop in Great Dunmow High Street for collection.

Thanks, once again, to all who contributed to the event and helped to make it such a successful one.

Sue Hartwell

Hon. Secretary

The Dunmow Players

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