Wear it Red for Rosemere

2 years ago

On Friday 22nd February, the Cummins Mellor team wore it red for Rosemere.

As well as wearing red, the team took part in games, quizzes and held a raffle which contributed to the final total raised;

£335.55

We want to say a huge thank you to the Cummins Mellor team for all their efforts on the day raising money for Rosemere which not only supports cancer patients but their extended family also.

If anybody would like to support Rosemere further, they have some great events and challenges on throughout the year. Here are just a few that you could get involved with;

– Sat 27th April – Walk In The Dark
– 14th May – Chorley Golf Day
– 9th June – Ribble Valley Ride (25, 60 and 100m)
– 22nd June – Cross Bay Walk
– 8th September – Great North Run
– December – Santa Dashes


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