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Parson Drove fundraisers make £3,000 for Macmillan




Fundraisers from a Fenland village raised nearly £3,000 with their efforts for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Casey Bates and Isabelle Johnson, from Parson Drove, together with help from Pam Judge, raised £2,925 for the charity for the Wisbech Macmillan group.
Part of the money – £790.36 – was raised in July by selling refreshments in the village hall during the annual car and bike show. The total also included £50 from the sale of a car during the show.

Isabelle Johnson, Casey Bates and Pam Judge raised nearly £3,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support. (26910282)
Isabelle Johnson, Casey Bates and Pam Judge raised nearly £3,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support. (26910282)


A bingo, also in the village hall, in September, held in memory of Jonathan Summers, who died earlier in the year, raised £1,004.
And a further £1,080 was raised with a Macmillan coffee morning in September at the Emmanuel Church where Pam organised a draw prize and sold tickets.
Isabelle said: “Thank you to everyone for the help and support that was given, because without it this money couldn’t be raised.”
Isabelle Johnson, Casey Bates and Pam Judge are pictured with their cheque.
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Fundraising trio from Parson Drove: Isabelle Johnson, Casey Bates and Pam Judge, raised nearly £3,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.(26910125)
Fundraising trio from Parson Drove: Isabelle Johnson, Casey Bates and Pam Judge, raised nearly £3,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.(26910125)

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