All the stops for appeal pulled out by town
The Marie Curie Nurses Plea was initiating by the charity and The Bolton News in the last week of June, 2009.
It meant to generate £200,000 in 12 months to finance free home nursing care for regional incurably ill citizens, allowing all of them to finish up there life in their individual homes.
By the outset, the society come together to support the issue, by means of a host of fundraising proceedings by young and old, individuals, groups and companies happening there.
famous super stars also joined them in the cause, with actor Hugh Grant, Strictly Come Dancing star Camilla Dallerup, showbiz legend Bruce Forsyth, TV presenter, author and writer Stephen Fry, actress Jane Horrocks and radio presenter Tony Blackburn, along with those people promising their help.
In the first 6 months, this integrated aid and the charity’s yearly proceedings like the Blooming Great Tea Parties, along with people marking up to Marie Curie confront and a Possibility to Dance, a spectacular fundraising dance occasion.
People and their groups all throughout the borough prearranged their personal fundraising, by garden get-together and pub charity nights.
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