Thanks a bunch for charity’s flowers

George Creamer with the flowers
George Creamer with the flowers
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THIS colourful bunch of blooms has been created specially to mark a Fareham charity’s 21st anniversary.

Florist Alison Creamer, who runs Christies Florists in Fawcett Road, Southsea, is launching The Rainbow Tutti Fruity Bouquet to coincide with The Rainbow Centre’s landmark birthday.

Alison’s son George has cerebral palsy and was a pupil at the centre between 1996 and 2003.

He also turns 21 this year and Alison wanted to do something special to help the charity, which teaches young people with motor skills conditions.

She is donating £5 to the centre from every bouquet sold.

She said: ‘It’s fantastic that we are able to help. George is also celebrating his 21st birthday this year along with the Rainbow Centre, which we know is such a worthwhile cause that is going to enable other children and adults to be able to reach their full potential.’

Magdi Kovacs, director of services at the centre, said: ‘We’re delighted to be in contact with Alison again and thrilled that she has come up with this idea.’

As part of its 21st anniversary the centre is attempting to contact as many of its past parents as possible.

Anyone who is, or knows of anyone who is, is asked to contact Julie Woodward on or (01329) 289500.