Insight into TV career
9:48am Thu Dec 06, 2012
HELPING to swell the funds are, from the left, event co-ordinator Mrs Becky Dobb, hospice fundraising and marketing manager Miss Charley Price, and fundraising assistant Mrs Katie Leighton. 031212MW3-3
BROADCASTER and writer Rachel Agnew was the guest speaker at a Ladies’ Day on Monday in aid of Beaumond House Community Hospice, Newark.
THE guest speaker at Beaumond House Community Hospice Ladies’ Day event, Rachel Agnew. 031212MW3-7
The event, in the Cedric Ford Pavilion at Newark Showground, was organised by hospice volunteers Molly Sykes and Sheila Drummond. It raised more than £6,000.

Stalls, included cakes and produce, kitchen goods, jewellery and gifts. An auction raised about £425.

Rachel Agnew, who ran the auction, gave an amusing talk after lunch about her life and career, which has included appearances on ITV’s This Morning, BBC Breakfast and Loose Women.

HOSPICE volunteers Mrs Ann Ashton and Mrs Doreen Tomlinson. 031212MW3-2


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