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Bubbles with the Bishop for Fareham charity

(l-r) Paul Docherty, chair of trustees of the Rainbow Centre Lucy Docherty, Lara Bull, the centre director, Sally Foster, The Right Reverend Christopher Foster the Bishop of Portsmouth, Christine Atkinson and Nigel Atkinson, a Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire 

Picture: Malcolm Wells (141760-5645)

(l-r) Paul Docherty, chair of trustees of the Rainbow Centre Lucy Docherty, Lara Bull, the centre director, Sally Foster, The Right Reverend Christopher Foster the Bishop of Portsmouth, Christine Atkinson and Nigel Atkinson, a Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire Picture: Malcolm Wells (141760-5645)

SUPPORTERS of a children’s charity gathered to boost its coffers.

Ambassadors for the Rainbow Centre in Fareham were at the Bishop of Portsmouth Christopher Foster’s garden for a bubble-themed party last night.

Sarah Guild, from the charity, said: ‘The evening was lovely. It was a real honour to be in the Bishop’s garden.

‘He was a fabulous host.’

The bishop has opened up his garden to a number of charities this week.

The Rainbow Centre cares for children with cerebral palsy and other motor skill problems as well as adults who have Parkinson’s disease or suffered a stroke.

Earlier this year it launched a crisis appeal after needing £150,000 to keep running.

It has now broken that, raising £170,000 so far.

 

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