March coach operator Fenn Holidays’ trip to the Cotswolds raises more than £1,100 for MacMillan Cancer Support

PUBLISHED: 14:53 13 March 2014 | UPDATED: 14:53 13 March 2014

Fenn Holidays raised £1,118 for MacMillan Cancer Support.

Fenn Holidays raised £1,118 for MacMillan Cancer Support.

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A coach trip to the Cotswolds raised more than £1,100 for a cancer charity.

An impressive 142 holiday goers went on the trip, which was organised by March coach tour operator Fenn Holidays and raised £1,118 for MacMillan Cancer Support.

A raffle organised during the trip raised £367, which was matched by proprietors Peter and Margaret Fenn, and staff at Fenn Holidays generously donated the rest.

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