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Gills Top residential home in Grassington raises funds for little Louie
7:00am Wednesday 27th February 2013 in News
Staff and residents at Gills Top residential home Grassington will donate the proceeds of their next coffee morning on Friday, March 1, to a fund set up to help a little boy who lost his legs when he contracted meningitis a year ago.
Eighteen-month-old Louie Jenkins’ family – including grandparents Alan and Carol Green live in Hellifield – have set up the Little LAMB (Louie’s Amazing Meningitis Battle) Appeal to buy equipment needed to support him as he grows.
The coffee morning at 10.30am includes cakes and biscuits on sale and a raffle Admission is £1 on the door.
To add to the funds, staff will also pay to wear pyjamas to work.