Lymphoma Support Group raises £300
Peterborough Lymphoma Support Group held a Lymphatic Cancer Awareness Week stand at Peterborough City Hospital during September to promote Lymphoma.
The group also held a tombola stall, which raised £ 241 and received £ 60 in donations, totalling £301.
This money will go towards the Lymphoma Association, which aims to support people affected by lymphatic cancer. The charity makes sure that everyone affected by lymphoma receives the best possible information and support, treatment and care.
The Peterborough Lymphoma Support Group meets every second Friday of themonth, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm at the Robert Horrell MacMillan Centre, located at Peterborough City Hospital. Feel free to go along.
Audrey Coe, Maureen Brimwood and Kathy Taylor with their Lympatic Cancer Awareness stall at Peterborough City Hospital