At a presentation, Provincial Grand Primo for 2017, Roger Hodskins, presented a cheque to Mark Adams, representative for CLIC
Donating and getting your band is a simple way to show your support for CLIC
Sargent and anyone you know who might be going through a really tough time.
Funds raised from Wig Wednesday will go towards CLIC
Sargent's work, providing vital support when a child or young person is given the devastating news that they have cancer.
As part of the national estate agency network Sequence, Manners and Harrison has been supporting CLIC
Sargent as its chosen charity since 2001 and, after the success of this year's fundraising efforts, has raised more than PS370,000 for the charity overall.
Sargent provides practical, emotional and financial support for children with a cancer diagnosis and our Nadolig Llawen De Cymru is a chance to celebrate with meaning, getting into the spirit of giving this Christmas and raising vital funds to aid CLIC
Sargent's work supporting young cancer patients and their families.
On behalf of CLIC
Sargent I would like to say a huge thank you to the organiser Stephen and to everyone else involved.
She pointed out CLIC
Sargent could provide them with free accommodation at Paul's House.
Mum Karen said: "Our first contact with CLIC
Sargent was when Lynn from the charity approached us in the clinic and began by talking about the diagnosis and treatment in a way we all could understand.
Sargent launched the appeal because the Royal Edinburgh Hospital for Sick Children and Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Glasgow are moving to new locations.
Sargent is encouraging mums everywhere to host their own fundraising events and spending quality time with their children, family and friends.
Steven Pearson mortgage services director, and part of Sequence, organised the day and said: "Everyone had a wonderful time and we continue to raise money for CLIC
Sargent which is a very worthy cause.
Sargent is the UK's leading cancer charity for children, young people and their families and was selected by Wesleyan to be its chosen charity for two years.