Tea party at the Little Vic raises £360 for charity
Sharon Baker (left) and Julia Gerard with some of the delicious cakes they were selling in Stroud on Friday for Marie Curie Cancer Care pictured with district councillor Roger Sanders
DELICIOUS cakes, games and a tombola helped raise more than £360 for Marie Curie Cancer Care.A fundraising Blooming Great Tea Party was held at the Little Vic in Gloucester Street, Stroud on Friday afternoon.
Sharon Baker, a volunteer for the Stroud and district fundraising group for Marie Curie Cancer Care, said: "We would just like to say a huge than you to the people of Stroud who were extremely generous."
Sharon and fellow Marie Curie supporter Julia Gerard also took cakes around town to sell.
The fundraising group will also be at Stroud farmers' market in the near future and are in the process of organising a charity quiz night.
All the money raised will help provide nursing care at home to terminally ill patients in the Stroud area.
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