Sedero’s sup­port for Thames Hospice

The Wokingham Paper - - BUSINESS -

ONE of Wok­ing­ham’s new­est busi­nesses has cel­e­brated its first few months of trad­ing by do­nat­ing a cheque to a lo­cal hospice.

Sedero Lounge, in Cen­tral Walk, started trad­ing in Oc­to­ber and pledged to raise money for a dif­fer­ent char­ity ev­ery month.

On Fri­day (De­cem­ber 15) gen­eral man­ager Claire Spence and sev­eral staff from the Lounge gath­ered to present Mary-Ann Leader from the Thames Hospice, in Wind­sor, with a cheque for £1,055.30.

Claire said: “We pledged to donate 50p from ev­ery burger and 10p from ev­ery cof­fee sold dur­ing our first month to the hospice, and we are thrilled to have raised such a huge amount.

“I’d love to thank all of our cus­tomers who have not only wel­comed us into Wok­ing­ham with such open arms, but who have been so gen­er­ous towards our ap­peal.”

Mary-Ann said: “This money will mean so much to the Thames Hospice, it will pay for a sy­ringe driver which is such an im­por­tant piece of equip­ment for our pa­tients and staff.

“Thank you to the Sedero Lounge staff and cus­tomers for rais­ing such a fan­tas­tic amount.”

Sedero Lounge’s In­grid Mul­der, Jor­dan Bar­rett, Mo­hand Arezki, Claire Spence and Heidi Dance with the cheque they are pre­sent­ing to Thames Hospice

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