Cooking demo serves up a tidy sum

PUBLISHED: 16:33 22 June 2007 | UPDATED: 22:53 28 May 2010

Our picture shows, from left, Suzanne Ellington from Sue Ryder Care, with Corinne and Mark Turner

Our picture shows, from left, Suzanne Ellington from Sue Ryder Care, with Corinne and Mark Turner

A MARCH funeral directors presented a cheque for more than £500 to Sue Ryder Care after it sponsored a pampered chef event held last month. Turner & Sons Independent Funeral Directors, based in City Road, presented the cheque to Sue Ryder Care on Monday m

A MARCH funeral directors presented a cheque for more than £500 to Sue Ryder Care after it sponsored a pampered chef event held last month.

Turner & Sons Independent Funeral Directors, based in City Road, presented the cheque to Sue Ryder Care on Monday morning.

The money will go towards Sue Ryder Care's work in helping people get the best from life at their hospices at Thorpe Hall, Peterborough, and The Old Palace, Ely.

More than 50 people had attended the pampered chef event, where they watched a cooking demonstration and sampled some recipes. The event raised £504.97.

Suzanne Ellington, of Sue Ryder Care, said of the event: "It was a highly entertaining evening enjoyed by all."

- To find out more about Sue Ryder Care and how you can help, contact Mrs Ellington on 01353 663357 or email Suzanne.ellington@suerydercare.org

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