Children’s cancer charity up for award

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A Waterlooville community charity have been announced as one of 30 finalists in line to receive a national award in recognition of their work in making the local area a better place to live.

Hannah’s Holiday Home provides respite and memory making family breaks to children with cancer and life limiting illnesses.

Pam Marshall from Hannah’s Holiday Home said: ‘We were truly over the moon to become a finalist in the Groundwork Community Awards. Since we began we have helped over 966 children with cancer and life limiting illnesses and their families.’

Graham Duxbury, Groundwork’s national CEO, said: ‘I’d like to congratulate Hannah’s Holiday Home and all of the other finalists nominated.’