MAY I, through your newspaper, thank the many local people of and surrounding villages who supported the 2006 Addenbrooke s Kidney Patients Association Christmas raffle. As always, it was enthusiastically organised by Richard Fossey, who is himself a pa
MAY I, through your newspaper, thank the many local people of and surrounding villages who supported the 2006 Addenbrooke's Kidney Patients' Association Christmas raffle.
As always, it was enthusiastically organised by Richard Fossey, who is himself a patient of the hospital's dialysis unit.
Many people gave most generously and it was a great pleasure for me to be entrusted with returning home to Radwinter on the afternoon of December 15 with a car boot full of prizes won by local sponsors.
By far the greatest number of tickets sold in this area bore a Great Bardfield telephone code - so I was especially happy that the winner of the £300 cash first prize was delivered there!
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In all over 11,000 tickets were sold and just over £2000 was raised for the association.
The Addenbrooke's Kidney Patients' Association provides invaluable help and support to kidney patients and their families throughout East Anglia. Addenbrooke's Kidney Patients' Association also provides extra medical and care facilities at the hospital.
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Anyone who would like to know more about this vital support group should please contact me,
Suzanne Walker, on 01799 599627 or Tony Weaver on 01799 525 875.
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