Crematorium scheme raises cash for charity

Hugh Lowson (Chief Executive, St Barnabas House Hospice), Vicky Norman (Chief Corporate Fundraiser, Chestnut Tree House Children's Hospice) and Councillor Clive Roberts with a cheque for �2,168.50
Hugh Lowson (Chief Executive, St Barnabas House Hospice), Vicky Norman (Chief Corporate Fundraiser, Chestnut Tree House Children's Hospice) and Councillor Clive Roberts with a cheque for �2,168.50

Councillor Clive Roberts, executive member for Environment Worthing Borough Council, presented a donation of £4,337 to local charities on Monday, October 10.

Charities included St Barnabas House Hospice and Chestnut Tree House.

Hugh Lowson (Chief Executive St Barnabas House Hospice), Councillor Clive Roberts and Wendy Bardsley (St Barnabas House Hospice Community Fundraising Manager) with a cheque for �2,168.50

Hugh Lowson (Chief Executive St Barnabas House Hospice), Councillor Clive Roberts and Wendy Bardsley (St Barnabas House Hospice Community Fundraising Manager) with a cheque for �2,168.50

This donation was made possible by the recycling of metal surplus scheme at Worthing Crematorium.

This is the second year Worthing Crematorium has made a charity donation, made possible by this metal surplus recycling scheme.

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