Carers join forces

PUBLISHED: 12:48 01 September 2006 | UPDATED: 22:10 28 May 2010

CHILDMINDERS turned out in force to support March carer Angela Ellington s fun day. The March-based carers, along with some 30 children, went to Angela s home in Beech Grove, where coffee and cakes were served. Angela was helped to make cakes by children

CHILDMINDERS turned out in force to support March carer Angela Ellington's fun day.

The March-based carers, along with some 30 children, went to Angela's home in Beech Grove, where coffee and cakes were served.

Angela was helped to make cakes by children she looks after.

Children were kept occupied with a bouncy castle, face painting, name the teddy and guess the number of sweets in a jar.

Angela is hoping to raise £150 from the coffee morning, which will go towards the Sue Ryder Care's Thorpe Hall hospice in Peterborough.


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