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Bewdley day service users collect cash for Anthony Nolan
12:31pm Friday 22nd March 2013 in News
ADULTS with learning disabilities who use a Bewdley community service held a street collection in aid of the Anthony Nolan charity.
Reach Community Service users collected more than £60 for the blood cancer charity at the Bewdley Museum.
Manager Alison Coley-Smith said: “There was a nip in the air and noisy drilling due to the road works outside the museum but our team Reach still had a very rewarding and enjoyable time.
“We managed to raise £66.50 from our small event so we are very pleased and proud of our achievements for such a wonderful cause.”
Reach Community Service is based at Bewdley Cricket Club, in Lower Park and is open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9.15am to 3.15pm.
It provides day activities including arts and craft, baking, sports and day trips for adults with learning disabilities.