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Three donations by Probus in Grantham




From left, Probus vice president David Evans, president Terry Copestake, Charlotte Jackson of Marie Curie, Probus almoner Terry Kirk, Tina Dingley of St Barnabas Hospice, and Samaritan John.
From left, Probus vice president David Evans, president Terry Copestake, Charlotte Jackson of Marie Curie, Probus almoner Terry Kirk, Tina Dingley of St Barnabas Hospice, and Samaritan John.

Probus 88 have donated money raised by their members to Grantham Hospice, Marie Curie and the Samaritans.

President Terry Copestake, vice-president David Evans and almoner Terry Kirk were at St Barnabas Hospice on Tuesday to present £150 cheques to representatives of each of the three causes.

Mr Copestake said: “At the end of each year whatever money Probus has left we donate, and these are three important local charities.”

Tina Dingley, corporate fundraiser at St Barnabas Hospice said: “We are extremely grateful and happy to receive this money. It will make a huge difference.”

Charlotte Jackson from Marie Curie and Samaritan John also expressed their thanks for the kind donations.



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