11:00AM, Sunday 28 January 2018
The Nicholsons Centre has raised thousands of pounds for Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice and Great Ormond Street Hospital.
A number of activities took place in the shopping centre throughout the last year, including
Andrew Pope’s feat of running on a treadmill for eight hours, and a cheque was presented to each organisation on Tuesday.
Jane Wright, manager of The Nicholsons Centre, said “We are overwhelmed by people’s generosity. The grand total raised was £3,246. I was delighted to be able to hand Helen Johnson, from Alexander Devine’s Maidenhead Fundraising Group, a cheque for £1,623 so that they can continue the amazing work they are doing for children in our local community.”
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