Melbourn Veterinary Surgery raises money for school’s library fund

PUBLISHED: 10:54 30 December 2013 | UPDATED: 10:54 30 December 2013

Melbourn Veterinary Surgery raised £500 for the school's library fund

Melbourn Veterinary Surgery raised £500 for the school's library fund

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A veterinary practice has raised money for a school’s library fund.

Melbourn Veterinary Surgery in Mortlock Street held a Christmas raffle in support of Melbourn Primary School’s library fund.

Clients and visitors to the surgery bought raffle tickets and a total of £500 was donated to the school.

Tina Davey, veterinary surgeon and owner of the practice, contributed a large selection of goods for the prize including a Christmas cake, wine and chocolates.

The winning ticket was drawn by two-year-old Rosie Chandler, a member of Melbourn Playgroup, which is based at the primary school.

She was assisted by Year 3 pupils Max and Carter Mulbey.

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