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Fundraising Success for Himalyan Trek

Thursday 16 August 2012, 18:11
By Merlin Poynter

On the evening of 27th July 2012 a fundraising event was held at Divine Wines by popular local owner Jenny Holt. The evening was for a Silent Auction and Raffle to support Jenny's Himalayan Trek in aid of St Margaret's Hospice.

Jenny Holt, proprietor of Divine WinesThank you to the following local businesses and individuals for their support:

Totally Floored, The Cat Café, The Bear Inn, Andrew Barclay, Alley Cuts, Cottage Framers, Wincanton Cobblers, The Dolphin, Alan & Di Judge, Common Farm Flowers, John Halifax Hatters, Elsie-Florence China, Capelli Partners Hairdressing, Carpetmaster Professional Cleaning, Sarah @ Mimosa, Headquarters, Red Lion, Ram Sport, Wincanton Pet Shop, Jessica's House, Elegant Home Boutique, The Lunch Box, Cunning Artificer, Margaret Irving-Miller, Ironmomger-Sibthorp Art Gallery, Wincanton Wholefoods, Camelot Photographic, Papertrees, Lawrence House Styling, Clementina's, Jerry's Electrical Ltd, Southern Cartridge, Peter the Painter, Palmer Snell, Colbert Smith, Lemon Tree, Julian Shave, Ottery Garden Centre.

The Silent Auction made £1,011.00 and the raffle raised £80.00. So the grand total on the night was £1,091.00. A good time was had by all who attended with the wine flowing freely (which probably helped to send the total up).

You can still help St Margaret's Hospice by making an online donation at: www.justgiving.com/Jenny-Holt0.




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