Clevedon flower group raise vital funds for community hospital

PUBLISHED: 13:00 07 August 2019

Clevedon and District Flower Club garden fete to raise money for Clevedon Community Hospital. Committee members with host Marianna MacKay (carrying tray).    Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Clevedon and District Flower Club garden fete to raise money for Clevedon Community Hospital. Committee members with host Marianna MacKay (carrying tray). Picture: MARK ATHERTON

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A Clevedon group managed to raise hundreds of pounds for the town’s community hospital during an afternoon event.

Clevedon and District Flower Club garden fete to raise money for Clevedon Community Hospital. Committee members with host Marianna MacKay (carrying tray).    Picture: MARK ATHERTONClevedon and District Flower Club garden fete to raise money for Clevedon Community Hospital. Committee members with host Marianna MacKay (carrying tray). Picture: MARK ATHERTON

Clevedon and District Flower Club hosted a garden fete on July 2.

The event, which was held at the Church Path Cottage in Kenn, managed to attract over 70 people who helped to raise £720 for North Somerset Community Hospital.

Host, Marianna Mackay was delighted to have been able to raise money for the community hospital.

She said: "It was a beautiful day, we were blessed to have had such beautiful weather which brought people out.

Clevedon and District Flower Club garden fete to raise money for Clevedon Community Hospital. Committee members with host Marianna MacKay (carrying tray).    Picture: MARK ATHERTONClevedon and District Flower Club garden fete to raise money for Clevedon Community Hospital. Committee members with host Marianna MacKay (carrying tray). Picture: MARK ATHERTON

"Rodda's donated the creams and jams which were served to the guests and we were very grateful.

"We had wonderful help from the volunteers too.

"We were very pleased to have been able to raise a good amount of money for the hospital.

"We were also very pleased with how the day went and the good turnout."


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