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AN AIRLINE has donated thousands of pounds to a children’s hospice.

A team of cabin crew and managers from budget airline Ryanair have visited Naomi House & Jacksplace hospices near Winchester to donate a cheque for just less than £8,500.

The airline has been supporting the hospice since 2013 and has also selected it as one of its charities for 2017.

It provides care to children with life-limiting illnesses in the Portsmouth area.