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CURIECompact Uniform Resource Identifier
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"Niamh has been joining her Grandma on collections for Marie Curie's Great Daffodil Appeal since she was just three years old, so she felt very strongly about furthering her fundraising for the charity.
Since Matheatre is currently on an Asian tour, the NTSEC invited them to Taiwan for a week to produce the show and bring the story of Marie Curie to life.
"I back Marie Curie's call that everyone should get the care and support they need at the end of their life.
Georgia Ramplin, Community Fundraiser for Marie Curie, said: "To anyone else considering fundraising for Marie Curie, you don't have to do something so drastic as shaving your head, simply signing up to help at a Marie Curie collection or hold a small fundraiser at your work will make a difference - every penny goes a long way.
Yvonne Sondh, Marie Curie community fundraiser for Renfrewshire, said: "By just giving up two hours of your day you'll help to raise vital funds and awareness for Marie Curie.
Dianne Hughes, a Marie Curie community ambassador with 50 years' nursing experience under her belt, said: "I am a Marie Curie volunteer helper, which involves three hours a week sitting with a client, to enable the carer to have a bit of respite, go out maybe, catch up on some job or shopping.
From March 1, Marie Curie's daffodil pins will be available from volunteers and shops on high streets across Flintshire.
He said: "I mentioned to one of the Marie Curie volunteers that we were looking for inspiration on how to decorate our Christmas tree this year and I suggested perhaps covering it with daffodils could be a possibility.
absolutely petrifying!" Ruth continued: "I am doing this in memory of my Aunty Marian who was supported by the Marie Curie Nursing service."
Written for an audience of kids age 9 years and up, "Marie Curie for Kids" covers the life and achievements of a great woman scientist of the 19th and 20th century.
Volunteers have been encouraging everyone to donate and wear daffodil pins during March to support Marie Curie's work.