Dunmow club inner generous mood
CHEQUES totalling �1500 have been handed over to two charities following the money raising endeavours of Dunmow s Inner Wheel girls. Club president Jane Askew presented two separate cheques to representatives of St Clare Hospice and the East Anglia Childr
CHEQUES totalling �1500 have been handed over to two charities following the money raising endeavours of Dunmow's Inner Wheel girls.
Club president Jane Askew presented two separate cheques to representatives of St Clare Hospice and the East Anglia Childrens Hospices at a special meeting at the Saracens Head.
Both Caroline Bore, from St Clare Hospice, and Nicky Jackson, from EACH, spoke of their gratitude for the money the club had raised on their behalf.
Mrs Bore added: "The inner wheel club can be certain that the money will be put to good use."
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The evening was also the end of a very successful presidential year for Mrs Askew, who has recently agreed to sit for another year.
Club spokesman Shelia Lipson said: "We would like to thank Jane for all her untiring work as president during the year. We are all delighted that she has agreed to continue on for another year."
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Mrs Askew announced that her two chosen charities for the next 12 months will be Spinal Injury Research and the Friends of Dunmow Clinic. Next year will also be the club's 60th anniversary.