Tea to cel­e­brate £92K fundrais­ing to­tal

East Kilbride News - - NEWS -

Cabaret trio Cheri Treif­fel stopped off at Kil­bryde Hos­pice for af­ter­noon tea to cel­e­brate their lat­est fundrais­ing to­tal.

Mark Swift, along with Robert Miller and wife May, have raised a stag­ger­ing £92,000 for the hos­pice over the years.

And they have now se­lected them as the main ben­e­fi­ciary for their an­nual‘Gay Ball’ on Jan­uary 29, 2018.

May told the News this week:“We are de­lighted with the to­tal raised for Kil­bryde Hos­pice.

“We are all very pas­sion­ate about the cause, and hope to raise even more for the hos­pice at our next event!”

Kil­bryde Hos­pice fundrais­ing man­ager Les­ley Wig­gins said:“It is such a plea­sure to work with Mark, May and Robert.

“And we are over­whelmed by the amount they have raised for our small char­ity. The £92,000 will make a huge dif­fer­ence to Kil­bryde Hos­pice and we are so grate­ful for their sup­port and ded­i­ca­tion.”

Kil­bryde Hos­pice pro­vides care and sup­port to peo­ple in La­nark­shire with life-lim­it­ing ill­nesses and ex­tends this sup­port to their car­ers and loved ones as well.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, con­tact Kil­bryde Hos­pice on (01355) 202020 or email info@kil­bry­de­hos­pice.org.uk

Cheque this out May Miller, Robert Miller and Marc Swift along­side Kil­bryde Hos­pice chief ex­ec­u­tive Gor­don McHugh

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