Posted on: 23rd August 2017

There's something fishy going on at the Louisa Carey Children's Ward! The league splashed out £2,000 to replace the ward's iconic tropical fish tank.

Ward clerk supervisor, Jane Edwards said 'The old tank was falling to pieces so we were thrilled when the League came to the rescue. As soon as kids arrive on the ward they go straight to the tank - it's become a symbol of the ward.' 

Philip White, League Secretary said 'When Jane came to us we took the bait and were hooked on helping her appeal. We trawled through our resources, reeled in what was neeeded and were delighted we could land the cash.'

More fishy donations (cash or jokes) are very welcome.

League members Trevor Brown, Katheryn Westaway, Dave Rogers and Philip White with Jane Edwards


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