Busy Christmas for Lisa’s fund-raisers continues

PUBLISHED: 16:10 30 December 2013 | UPDATED: 16:10 30 December 2013

Pictured at Sainsbury's is fundraiser Jackie Watts with a Shopper.

Pictured at Sainsbury's is fundraiser Jackie Watts with a Shopper.


The Lisa Barnes Memorial Fund’s busy Christmas continued this week with another £1,391 raised.

Starting at Tesco in Ely on Thursday, fund-raisers, with a little help from Santa, collected hundreds from shoppers.

And the following day, the charity was at Sainsbury’s, in Lisle Lane, where we a pink wheelbarrow Christmas draw was held.

The wheelbarrow was donated by Ernest Doe of Littleport, the Christmas cake by the Lighthouse Centre of Ely and a huge selection of chocolate was donated by Cherry Hill Chocolates of Ely.

On Saturday, Santa was again on hand to join fund-raisers for a sing along with Viva Youth Theatre of Soham.

Sunday evening saw a Christmas Band Concert at the Brook in Soham, performed by the Soham Comrades Band with its new musical director Jayne Murrill.

They played a selection of Christmas songs and carols along with songs from the musicals.

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