Silence proved to be golden for Rosemere Cancer Foundation after they received a donation of over £600 from carol singing that couldn’t happen.Advertisement
Neighbours in Greencroft, Penwortham, usually form small groups to spread Christmas cheer with traditional house-to-house carolling in the week before Christmas, collecting donations for charity.
This is organised by Dorothy Watson and longstanding Rosemere Cancer Foundation supporter Margaret Dunn.
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With in-person group singing and house visits not possible this year due to Covid-19, Dorothy and Margaret still invited the community to make donations and were overwhelmed with the response.
Margaret said: “We are delighted to be able to able to give this donation Rosemere Cancer Foundation. It shows what a lovely, community-spirited neighbourhood Greencroft is.”
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Rosemere Cancer Foundation charity funds cutting edge equipment, research, training and other cancer services and therapies that the NHS is unable to afford.
For further information on its work, and to donate, click here.
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