Fun day to raise money for children with life-threatening illnesses this Saturday in Royston

PUBLISHED: 09:32 24 August 2016 | UPDATED: 09:41 24 August 2016

Sales assistant Emma Tansley, assistant manager Ashleigh Crowther, and supervisor Danielle Sutcliffe are gearing up to raise some cash at the Make A Wish fun day on Saturday at TOFS in Orchard Road.

Sales assistant Emma Tansley, assistant manager Ashleigh Crowther, and supervisor Danielle Sutcliffe are gearing up to raise some cash at the Make A Wish fun day on Saturday at TOFS in Orchard Road.

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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.”

The fun starts at 11am on Saturday and runs until 4pm at the shop in Orchard Road.


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