Charity boosted by efforts of care home staff

A CARE home's activities team has raised £500 for a charity which offers free holidays to families of youngsters with life-threatening illnesses.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 4th January 2019, 2:17 pm
Updated Thursday, 10th January 2019, 2:24 pm
Wellington Vales Senior Carer, Katrina Nash with Pam Marshall, right - Hannahs mother and founder of Hannahs Holiday Home Appeal - and Hannahs Grandma, Carolyn Westbrook, left
Wellington Vales Senior Carer, Katrina Nash with Pam Marshall, right - Hannahs mother and founder of Hannahs Holiday Home Appeal - and Hannahs Grandma, Carolyn Westbrook, left

Hannah's Holiday Home Appeal accepted the cash from representatives at Wellington Vale in Denmead earlier this month. 

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The money was raised after staff held a dementia film club and paid to wear an array of colourful clothing to work, in a so-called Rainbow Day. 

The charity is named after Hannah Westbrook, who passed away in 2004, aged 10, with Hodgkin's lymphoma.