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Lifestylers see where their money goes

Members of the Madhatters visit the Macmillian Information centre at Queen Centre in Hull

Members of the Madhatters visit the Macmillian Information centre at Queen Centre in Hull

Four youngsters from Holme-on-Spalding Moor with a passion for fundraising spent a day visiting the Macmillian Information centre at Queen Centre in Hull, as they continue to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Care.

Arielle Jones, Leah Makey and Natalie and Charlotte Mustard, all 11, have been holding book sales, tombolas and collecting at events throughout the summer as pert of their Lifestyle project.

The group, who call themselves the Madhatters have so far raised £300 but will continue collecting at an event at Langlands on 26 August.

The girls chose to support Macmillan as they have all experience what it is like for a relative to suffer from cancer.

Michelle Jones, adult advisor for the group, said: “I’m very proud of them all, at a lot of the events they’ve held it has been pouring with rain so they’ve shown a lot of commitment.

“They were really keen to find out more about the work done by Macmillan and what the money would be used for so that is why they visited the centre.”

The Madhatters have written to local businesses and organisations requesting tombola prizes and donations for Macmillan and plan to hand over the money they have collected to a Macmillan regional fundraiser on 2 September.

 

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