Happy birthday! Trustee puts £100 raised at his party back into Wisbech Stroke Club

PUBLISHED: 11:45 04 November 2011

Wisbech Stroke Club who received a cheque for £100 towards running costs.  The donation was made by Peter Fewster, who is also a trustee of the club, from funds raised at his 65th birthday party.

Wisbech Stroke Club who received a cheque for £100 towards running costs. The donation was made by Peter Fewster, who is also a trustee of the club, from funds raised at his 65th birthday party.

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A TRUSTEE of Wisbech Stroke Club gave £100 back to the group after raising funds at his 65th birthday party.

Peter Fewster presented the cheque to Patricia Spriggs, the club’s treasurer, to help with running costs.

Mr Fewster said: “My wife Barbara and I became involved with the club when it was first started with a grant from Cambridgeshire County Council back in June.

“Since then we have regularly gone along to meetings and are keen to help the club keep going.”

The independent group meets on the second and last Fridays of the month and helps support stroke survivors and their carers, families and friends.

The club usually meets at Wisbech Library but enjoys completing a range of activities and outings.

• For more information on the club contact Sue Lowe on 01945 772824 or e-mail susan@slowe9.wanadoo.co.uk


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