Memorial fishing match organised by Wisbech couple raises £500 for Trafford Ward at North Cambs Hospital

14:21 21 August 2014

Liz and Roy McManus presented a cheque for £500 to Trafford Ward Wisbech ,

Liz and Roy McManus presented a cheque for £500 to Trafford Ward Wisbech ,

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A couple’s annual memorial angling match raised £500 for a hospital ward.

Liz McManus and her husband, former Wisbech Town manger, Roy McManus organised the match, which was followed by a raffle, auction and sing a long at the Locomotive pub.

The auction was run by Lily Thorpe and Anne Proctor, while Mr McManus led the sing a long on the organ.

The Trafford Ward at the North Cambs Hospital in Wisbech is a 17 bed in-patient rehabilitation and three bed palliative care ward.

Mrs McManus said: “We would like to thank everyone for their support. The Trafford Ward was very pleased with the donation.”

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