From left – Chosen’s Dorothy Holdbrook, 3rd Holbeach Town Scouts leader Samuel Eady, shop joint manager and treasurer Iris Boland, Dell Syratt (Cecil Pywell representative), shop joint manager Mary Cooper, Margaret Lewsey (Cecil Pywell) and Chosen’s Mary Stevenson.

Holbeach charity shop halfway to £40,000 aim in 2016

A Holbeach charity shop has passed the £20,000 mark in donations to local good causes in 2016.

And that means Chosen is over halfway to its fundraising target of £40,000 in 2016.

And the good news is that the Fleet Street shop is looking for more beneficiaries.
Joint manager and treasurer Iris Boland said: “If you have a really good local cause that you would like help with, we will consider any requests received.”

In the most recent donations, £,1000 was presented to the Cecil Pywell Sheltered Housing Community to pay towards its annual outing, and £1,000 was handed to 3rd Holbeach Town Scouts for costs involved with members attending the week-long camp Poacher 2017 in Lincoln.

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