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Support for hospice

The team at Haskins in West End has announced it will be focusing its fundraising efforts towards supporting Countess Mountbatten Hospice for the year, a charity that provides care to those with life-limiting illnesses.


Employees at the centre aim to raise several thousands of pounds by running events throughout 2019, as well as providing the charity the space to host information and awareness evenings to raise further donations.



The West End centre has supported the charity since 2011 and has helped raise almost £15,000 to date. Earlier this year the garden centre was nominated by the hospice for a ‘Lifetime Support Award.’




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