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Newquay Voice > Issue 553 - 04/04/2012
Ex-Minister and Strictly Come Dancing star Ann Widdecombe visted Newquay where she was the guest speaker at the dinner held by the Newquay and District Conservative branch at the Hotel Victoria on Saturday night.
Newquay Foodbank has had a welcome boost after gym-goers at Curves donated more than 700lbs of food to the worthy cause.
Another successful event was held by HYDY recently, boosting their ongoing fundraising efforts.
Newquay shoppers were treated to a selection of homebaked cakes last week, as a town centre store raised money for charity.
Panic buying gripped residents, as petrol stations across Newquay experienced panic buying.
£800 was raised by students for ShelterBox, organised by Treviglas" Porth House. Pete Keast from ShelterBox was on hand with the equipment and tent to show the pupils.
Nearly £900 was raised for the Phoenix Stroke Appeal at a showing of Mamma Mia at the Lighthouse Cinema last Thursday.
Vintage vehicle owners have been helping Indian Queens schoolchildren learn about transport by bringing their prized machines into school.
A COFFEE morning was staged at Marina Court last week which saw £60 raised for ShelterBox. As well as enjoying refreshments, people got the chance to learn more about the disaster relief charity thanks to a talk from Peter Keast at the premises on Mount Wise. The ‘Knit and Natter’ group, who meet at Marina Court every Wednesday, knit teddies for ShelterBox. They have knitted more than 50 teddy bears and had the chance to present them to the charity at the event.
Newquay Hospital League of Friends coffee morning held at the Hotel Bristol raised a whooping £1,170.
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