Pyjama day helps raise hundreds for hospice charity

PUBLISHED: 08:24 09 December 2014

Terry Cooper, owner of Ely Clean, handing over a cheque to Shirley Scott from the Ely EACH fundraising team.

Terry Cooper, owner of Ely Clean, handing over a cheque to Shirley Scott from the Ely EACH fundraising team.

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Staff from Ely Clean handed over a cheque for more than £380 to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices this week.

The team raised funds for the charity by swapping their tabards for pyjamas for a day.

The team of eight staff, including business owner Terry Cooper, ditched their work gear in favour of pyjamas to show their support for the charity.

Ely Clean is based on the Saxon Business Park, in Littleport.

This week Mr Cooper, who opted to wear a onesie for the fund-raising day, handed a cheque for £380.50 to Shirley Scott, from the Ely branch of the charity’s fund-raising team.


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