Wisdech race night raises £2,840 for Let’s Talk About William charity formed in memory of stillborn William

The race night raised £2,830.

The race night raised £2,830. - Credit: Archant

A race night in memory of a stillborn baby has raised a staggering £2,840.

The Let’s Talk about William Charity Race Night, at Wisbech Town Cricket and Hockey Club, raised vital funds for a charity set up in memory of William King, who was born asleep on July 2.

His parents are friends and former members of the club.

Let’s Talk About William raises awareness of still birth and neonatal deaths. The money raised will be going towards supporting families that are tragically going through horrendous heartache and loss.

The event organisers said: “We would like to say a massive thank you to all of the sponsors and everyone that supported the event.


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“The amount raised would not have been possible without you.”

Sponsors: Kings Butchers, Maxey Grounds and Co, Motiv8, S B Components, Top to Toe, Maze Media, Kier, Hare and Hounds, Wisbech Electrical, The Swaffham and Fakenham Florist, Yummy Yummy, Dezign War, Paragon, Salon 2, Essers Hardy Plants, Gagens Butchers, R J C Harnwell Home Improvements, Jolly Fryer, Simply Interiors, Rose Tavern, Meadowson Construction , Smiths Fresh Fruit, H2O, The Curtain and Blind Studio, T M Browne Ltd, Parkers of Wisbech, D M I Leisure, GDF Cricket, Priden Engineering, H2O Nursery Nosh, The Wisbech School, Fenmarc, Knight Frank, Icon Engineering, Mark Porter, TNS, TAM Engineering, JS Holmes Ltd, The Ship Inn, Cabinet Marker, FRP, Elizabeth’s Florist Chatteris, Design7.

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