Ladies join forces to help Gloucester brain injury victims
THE vital work of the Gloucester-based Headway charity is being given valuable support from a group of Churchdown ladies.
The charity was the latest to benefit from a raffle and coffee morning organised by the Churchdown Ladies Probus Club.
And more than 50 women turned out to show their support for the charity and help victims of brain injuries.
Raffle prizes included tins of chocolates donated by the Badhams pharmacy in St John's Avenue and Tesco's.
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Shopping vouchers from Sainsbury's and a cuddly meerkat toy were also up for grabs.
Organiser Joyce Auld was surprised by the turnout. "Headway is a great cause," she said. "Our members voted on who they would like to support this year and Headway came out from six other charities.
"We haven't counted it all in yet, but I would hope we could raise more than £100."
The club meets up on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at the Churchdown Methodist Hall.