Naomi House children’s hospice cash raised

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GAMES, competition, a tombola and a raffle were all part of a party spirit theme to raise money for a children’s hospice.

The Naomi House children’s hospice charity store, in West Street, Fareham, was overflowing with fun, as stores across the county took part in an Apprentice-style competition to raise money.

The Fareham team decided to embrace the party spirit, inviting shoppers and workers to join them and browse the sale items, have a go on the tombola, try their luck in the raffle and spend enough money to be given free cake.

Sarah Hudson, community fundraiser and Fareham team member, said: ‘It was a fantastic day.

‘Our team were appreciative of the help and support from the shop manager and assistant manager to run our party-themed day which raised a fantastic amount for the hospices.

‘A special thank you goes to everyone from the Fareham area who took the time to come into the shop.’

Totals from the event are being added up.

All money raised goes to the hospice, near Winchester, which helps children with life-threatening illnesses.