Wisbech accountants choose Sue Ryder’s Thorpe Hall as their charity of the year

Bulley Davey chooses Sue Ryder as their charity of the year

Bulley Davey chooses Sue Ryder as their charity of the year - Credit: Archant

A firm of accountants with offices in Wisbech has announced that Sue Ryder’s Thorpe Hall Hospice will be its new charity of the year.

After successfully raising almost £5,000 for good causes in 2016, Bulley Davey has announced its support for the hospice which replaces Magpas and Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance Services who have been supported for the past 12 months.

Ian Brown, Director at Bulley Davey, said: “At Bulley Davey we are always looking at ways to give back to the community.

“This year we have chosen the Sue Ryder, Thorpe Hall Hospice because they tirelessly and quietly give to the community, ensuring that people are well looked after in what can be the hardest of times.

“We want to thank all those who took part in any of our fundraising events last year and for helping raise such a great sum.

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“We look forward to working with you all again this year to raise even more money for this worthy cause.”

Nilesh Patel, hospice fundraiser at Sue Ryder, Thorpe Hall said: “It’s wonderful to have support from such a high profile firm which is willing to invest in its local community.

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“We’re really looking forward to seeing how inventive the team can be with their fundraising over the coming months and to supporting their efforts to raise money for incredible care at Thorpe Hall Hospice.”

Last year’s fundraising efforts saw the Bulley Davey team hold a popular carol concert, complete the Great Eastern Run, hold coffee mornings and enjoy dress-down days.

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