2 years ago
On Wednesday 16th May, the Cummins Mellor team handed over a cheque for £378 to Louise Grant, Area Funding Co-ordinator for East Lancashire at Rosemere Cancer Foundation.
The money was raised at a social quiz evening held on Friday 13th April 2018 at Enfield Cricket Club in Accrington, where the company came together to enjoy a fun quiz night facilitated by Quizmaster and company Director Jack Mellor.
The money raised from the event was in support of fundraising efforts carried out by a long-term colleague Jodie Morgan in memory of her Mum Janet Morgan, who was herself a keen supporter of Rosemere, taking part in many fundraising events for the charity.
Jodie will also be completing the Ribble Valley Ride on Sunday 10th June with her Dad, Tyrone Morgan and Fiance Ben Eccles in a bid to raise further funds towards the great work carried out by Rosemere.
Rosemere Cancer Foundation is a charity supported by many of the 40 strong team at Cummins Mellor and have facilitated a number of fundraising events for the charity in recent years, including bike rides across Cuba, Vietnam and the Alps.
Front row, left to right – Jodie Morgan, Helen Jackson, Louise Grant, Jack Mellor
Back row, left to right – James Parkinson, Michelle Mellor, Humaira Zaheer, Tracey Beveridge, Alice Wrigley, Alex Hindle, Chris Stone
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