On Sunday, 25 July, St Ives Retirement Living’s Northshore Village hosted a Fete Day to raise funds for childhood cancer research. The Fete Day included a white elephant stall, a chocolate wheel, cake stall, sausage sizzle, afternoon tea, children’s games, mini golf and so much more.
“Our fun Fete Day went off very well,” said Glenys Sefton, who ran the white elephant stall on the day. “Luckily the sun shone on Sunday afternoon and the attendance was outstanding.”
The Fete Day raised $3225 for the Foundation. This is an amazing result, and we are so thankful for all the residents and their generous families who helped raise these vital funds which will help improve outcomes for future generations of children diagnosed with cancer.
We also thank everyone who helped organise the event, including Maureen the head organiser. It sounds like this event went off without a hitch, so we congratulate everyone who was involved and helped on the day.