Marie Curie thanks volunteers for supporting the charity
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A tea and coffee morning was held in Congresbury to thank Marie Curie volunteers.
The event, held at the Cadbury Garden Centre, in Smallway, welcomed the supporters from the Clevedon and Nailsea group.
Marie Curie supports people living with terminal illness and their families.
Helen Isbell, community fundraiser for North Somerset said: "It's fair to say that Marie Curie wouldn't be able to provide such outstanding care and support to people living with a terminal illness without the support of their fundraisers and volunteers.
"We are extremely grateful to have such dedicated volunteers in North Somerset who do so much to support us.
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"We wanted to set time aside to show them just how much we appreciate their support.
"It was a lovely morning with volunteers enjoying tea and cake.
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"Saying thank you in this way is the least that we can do."