Valentine’s tea raises funds for bone cancer charity
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A Valentine’s cream tea was held at a community centre in Weston on Saturday.
Dozens of people attended the charity event at the For All Healthy Living Centre on the Bournville estate which raised £500 for the Bone Cancer Research Trust.
The trust provides support and care to those suffering from primary bone cancers as well as funding research into finding a cure.
Attendees were treated to a selection of homemade scones, cakes, and sandwiches, as well as a performance from Weston singer Kelly Griggs.
There was also a raffle with a top prize of two annual passes for the Grand Pier which was won by Pam Simpson.
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Organisers Lyn Gilbert and Andy Baker are raising further funds for the charity by taking part in the London Marathon this April.
Ms Gilbert said: “I would like to thank Andy’s partner Gemma for helping out on the day – she was an angel.
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