Bean bath for hospice fundraisers
THREE Portishead schoolgirls took turns to bathe in beans to raise money for St Peter’s Hospice.
Alice Linton-Butt, Chloe Owen and Georgia Davis, all aged 13, spent four hours in a bath of baked beans as part of a challenge to raise �1,000 for the charity which cared for both Alice’s grandfather and uncle.
The fundraiser took place at the Portishead Co-operative store, which also supplied the beans, and the bath was sponsored by Homebase.
Alice said: “It was a fun way to raise money for St Peter’s Hospice. They’ve been great to members of my family so I wanted to do something to say thank you.”
The girls have also been raising funds by bag packing and selling cupcakes. They have so far reached �375 and aim to reach their �1,000 target by the end of the year.
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Alice’s mum Bridgette has also been getting involved - she is doing a sponsored slim, aiming to lose three stone by Christmas to raise a further �1,000 for the cause.
Last year the hospice cared for 2,200 patients in the region and supported more than 6,000 family members including children.
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For more information on the hospice visit www.stpetershospice.org.uk