Fund-raising

PUBLISHED: 12:35 25 May 2006 | UPDATED: 13:30 04 May 2010

TEA and cakes were served on May 14 at a presentation by residents of Wilburton to Dr Pamela Kenny to mark her retirement. £450 was raised during a recent collection and Paul Freeman presented Dr Kenny with a cheque for this amount and a magnificent baske

TEA and cakes were served on May 14 at a presentation by residents of Wilburton to Dr Pamela Kenny to mark her retirement. £450 was raised during a recent collection and Paul Freeman presented Dr Kenny with a cheque for this amount and a magnificent basket of flowers prepared by Enid Freeman. The money will pay for a new bench and trees for Dr Kenny's garden. Dr Kenny was thanked for her 32 years of dedicated service to the community.


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