Wisbech funeral workers take part in Walk Ten around Queen’s Sandringham Estate to raise more than £400 for Marie Curie

Dianne Cobbin, Nikki Martin, Lee Nelson, Jill Goldstone, Kellie Reeve, Rebecca Palmer and Sarah Ande

Dianne Cobbin, Nikki Martin, Lee Nelson, Jill Goldstone, Kellie Reeve, Rebecca Palmer and Sarah Anderson. - Credit: Archant

Three women exchanged their company uniforms for trainers to take part in a walk in aid of a cancer charity.

Nikki Martin, Kellie Reeve and Sarah Anderson, all of Wisbech, joined fellow funeral home workers for Marie Curie’s annual Walk Ten event.

The walkers strolled around the Queen’s Norfolk retreat, the Sandringham Estate, raising £414 for Marie Curie.

Meaghan Annear, corporate account manager at Marie Curie, said: “The money they have raised will pay for our Marie Curie nurses to care for terminally ill people in their own homes and in our hospices.”


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