Fun day to raise money for children with life-threatening illnesses this Saturday in Royston
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A family fun day, organised by a shop in Royston, is to take place on Saturday to raise money for a children’s charity.
TOFS worker Ashleigh Crowther from Royston, has organised the fun day with her team to help raise £4,000 for the Make A Wish, a charity which grants wishes for children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions.
TOFS – formerly known as The Original Factory Shop – has had it’s nationwide stores divided into 14 areas, and each area is trying to raise enough money for grant a wish to enrich the life of an ill child.
There will be lots going on including a bouncy castle, a cake sale, a tombola, face painting, lucky dip and more.
Ashleigh said: “As a team we have put lots of effort into making sure that the fundraising event is going to be fun-filled and enjoyable for everybody, providing some excellent prizes and plenty of cake, in the hope that this raises enough money to help a child’s wish come true.”
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The fun starts at 11am on Saturday and runs until 4pm at the shop in Orchard Road.
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