Business is rising to the challenge for Macmillan

PUBLISHED: 12:00 09 February 2017

Jessica Levin from Macmillan recieves funds from Tim Lovett and Anthony Charter

Jessica Levin from Macmillan recieves funds from Tim Lovett and Anthony Charter


A St Neots estate agency has completed a series of challenges to help fundraise for the Macmillan Woodlands Centre.

Lovett Sales and Lettings, in Market Square, has raised £5,000 for the centre, which is based at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.

To raise the money the team baked cakes and took on challenges, including a bike ride from London to Amsterdam.

Tim Lovett, director at Lovett, said: “We wanted to support a cause that was local to our community, and has particular resonance with many of our clients and staff. “We’re delighted to see that the money raised has benefited the centre and its users directly, and look forward to raising more in the future.”

The money the company raised will help to furnish and equip a therapy room, which will give patients at the centre the opportunity to receive complementary therapies.

The refurbished centre welcomed patients in August 2016 and work on the second part of the project is due to finish later this year.

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