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Audrey takes on Captain Tom 100 Challenge for Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice




A keen fundraiser has taken up the 'Captain Tom 100 challenge' for causes that are close to her heart.

Audrey Kilsby from Duddington is selling 100 £5 tickets, each entitling the holder to a surprise gift. The donated gifts include a selection of wines, champagne and port, and handmade items.

Funds Audrey raises will be split between the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Peterborough, Naomi House Children's Hospice in Dorset and Katharine House Hospice in Oxfordshire.

Audrey Kilsby, pictured before the pandemic, when she was selling handicrafts for an orphanage in Tanzania
Audrey Kilsby, pictured before the pandemic, when she was selling handicrafts for an orphanage in Tanzania

The challenge was inspired by the late Captain Sir Tom Moore who walked 100 lengths of his garden before his 100th birthday for the NHS.

To secure a ticket in the fundraiser call Audrey on 01780 444668.



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