Whitstone Village Cornwall

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Raised by Whitstone

From 1969 to 2018 the amount raised by Whitstone has been over £75,000.

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Big Breakfast Well supported

4 generations of the Short families came along to support us.

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By local family's

4 generations of the Hopper families also supported this worthwile cause.

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The Team

As well as the organising of The Big Breakfast, committee members kindly donate the beans, bread, butter, jams and marmalade along with the tea and coffee to keep the outgoing expenses low. A special thanks goes to our 3 young waitresses, Emily Medland, Elliie Tucker and newest recruit Eloise Fowler who all happily come along to help us out.

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Morrison's Collection 2018

A letter of thanks was received from Cancer Research for the cheque of £1250 raised from the collection at Morrison's Suprmarket.

The Big Breakfast 2018

Well done everyone for all your hard work and contributions towards making our Big Breakfast such a success again this year! Everyone worked so well together and our new recruits all did an amazing job and we are very grateful for your help! We raised a total of £938.26
Maggie

You Can Give

There is a site http://easy-giving.com that gives to Cancer Research – many retailers use it and by purchasing using this site a percentage goes to the charity.

Amount raised by Whitstone since 1969

An amazing £75,126.59

Come And Join Us

We all know someone who has been or is affected by cancer and we all give generously to events held for the charity.

Would you also like to give some of your time to help to fundraise?  There are only a few meetings a year which are very informal. And a few events each year which are very rewarding to be a part of.

 

The Group

With your support

The cancer research group which was formed in October 1969 hold a variety of fundraising events throughout the year and with your support raise funds for this very worthwhile charity.

Cancer Research are always in need of funds and sadly there aren't many families that will not be affected by someone needing treatment for this illness, research has made so many advances but there is still much to be done.