Music festival raises £150 for our appeal

MUSIC TO THEIR EARS: Members of the Offord Millennium Group raised £150 for The Hunts Post s New Life Appeal at the village s music festival. The appeal is raising funds to buy new equipment for the special care baby unit and providing en suite facilities

MUSIC TO THEIR EARS: Members of the Offord Millennium Group raised £150 for The Hunts Post's New Life Appeal at the village's music festival.

The appeal is raising funds to buy new equipment for the special care baby unit and providing en suite facilities in the maternity department at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon. Another £150 was raised for Ataxia UK, the charity for people with co-ordination difficulties.

Pictured, from left, are Rick Holden, from band Mid Life Crisis, and Offord Millennium Group members Nita Tinn, Karen Sherwood and Di Stanford.

INFORMATION: To help with New Life Appeal reach its £70,000 target, contact The Hunts Post on 01480 411481 or e-mail editor@huntspost.co.uk


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