‘Team Green’ comes together to raise �4k for lifesaving charity Magpas
MAGPAS received a �4,000 boost after members of ‘Team Green’ came together across East Anglia to raise money for the lifesaving charity.
A host of schools, businesses and organisations in Cambridgeshire took part in this year’s ‘Green Day’ to raise money for the emergency medical charity which has saved countless lives across the region.
Fenland District Council’s Golden Age team raised a staggering �766 after making ‘Green Day’ their own with a host of fundraising activities.
Magpas doctor David Bevan wore a snappy green number all day whilst treating patients at Upwell Surgery to raise money.
And Murrow Primary School’s youngsters also got in on the act too by paying �1 for the privilege of wearing something green for the day.
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• If you want to become a ‘Team Green’ member, Magpas’ next ‘Green Day’ will be May 25, 2012.
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