Fenland solicitors raise more than £100 for British Heart Foundation

10:12 14 February 2014

The team at Bowsers wish Sally Goddard good luck with her recovery.

The team at Bowsers wish Sally Goddard good luck with her recovery.

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A Fenland solicitors firm raised more than £100 for the British Heart Foundation last Friday.

Staff at the March and Wisbech offices of Bowsers wore red clothing and made a donation to the cause.

Cakes were also baked and sold to clients and staff to raise extra funds.

The day was given extra significance as Sally Goddard, who works at the Wisbech office, suffered a heart attack in Leicester on February 1.

Thankfully, she is expected to make a full recovery and hopes to be back at work by the end of the month.

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