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PICTURES: Butterfly Hospice charity shop celebrates 10 years in Spalding

Celebrations took place at the Butterfly Hospice charity shop as staff and volunteers past and present celebrated ten years in Spalding with cake and refreshments.

The Butterfly Hospice Trust is a registered charity that raises funds which are used to provide palliative and end of life care at the hospice in Boston.

Hospice trust manager Linda Sanderson thanked everyone for their continued support and reminded people of the importance of retail to the hospice. Linda said that the income generated from the shops was essential to enable the continued provision of palliative care services at the hospice.

Sue Wray, founder of the Butterfly Hospice charity, also thanked everyone for their ongoing support.

And retail operations manager Clair Doughty thanked all volunteers, staff and supporters for their hard work and dedication over the past 10 years.

The trust is always on the lookout for volunteers and fundraisers. You can help by taking part in an event, volunteering at the shop, joining one of the Community Fundraising Groups or planning an event.

If you would like more information about volunteering or fundraising please call 01205 311222 or visit the website www.butterflyhospice.org.uk


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