Littleport care home helps boost a leap of faith fund raiser for Age UK

17:13 04 August 2014

Coffee morning and raffle at Beech House, Littleport

Coffee morning and raffle at Beech House, Littleport

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A coffee morning and raffle netted £200 towards a charity fund raising mission by two women who are doing a parachute jump for Age UK.

Coffee morning and raffle at Beech House, LittleportCoffee morning and raffle at Beech House, Littleport

Rebecca Kightly and Tracey Burton have set a target of £600 in order to be able to make a tandem jump for the charity.

The coffee morning at Beech Court residential home in Parsons Lane, Littleport, helped boost the money raising pot for Age UK.

The parachute jump will take place in September.

The two women jumping for charity are from Axiom Housing head office in Peterborough, which runs the home at Littleport.

For donations please go to www.justgiving.com and search for tracey-rebecca.

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