Clevedon Hall charity evening raises cash for Harvey Hext Trust
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A ladies’ day has raised almost £2,000 for a childhood bereavement charity.
The event was held at Clevedon Hall where guests were treated to pampering treatments and stalls selling a variety of gifts and food produce.
The evening raised £1,800 for The Harvey Hext Trust – A Sibling’s Wish which creates memory boxes to give to children to help them come to terms with the loss of a brother or sister.
The charity was set up in memory of Harvey Hext from Winford, who died of a rare form of cancer aged nine.
Organiser Mandy Skinner said: “The charity evening went amazingly well.
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“There were great quality craft stalls, pamper treatments, canapés and homemade cakes.”
The Harvey Hext Trust also works with bereavement services such as CLIC Sargent and Jessie May.
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