Family presents £1,800 to hospice

Relatives of Mandy Temple presenting their fund raising efforts to the Butterfly Hospice. Back row from left: Matthew Goy, Mick Temple and Ian Macpherson. Middle row are Mandy's daughters Donna Goy and Paula Macpherson with Mandy's grandchildren Evie Goy and Daniel and Holly Macpherson.
Relatives of Mandy Temple presenting their fund raising efforts to the Butterfly Hospice. Back row from left: Matthew Goy, Mick Temple and Ian Macpherson. Middle row are Mandy's daughters Donna Goy and Paula Macpherson with Mandy's grandchildren Evie Goy and Daniel and Holly Macpherson.
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A CANCER victim’s bereaved relatives recently presented a palliative care hospice with the proceeds of a charity football match to help other terminal sufferers.

The family of Mandy Temple, who passed away in March, raised £1,800 for the Butterfly Hospice through funeral donations and a charity football match in Friskney.

The Butterfly Hospice’s Jane Parsons said: “They are a lovely family and very proud that they have raised these funds, which we at the hospice are very grateful for.”

The Mandy Temple Memorial Match and subsequent fund raising bingo managed to raise more than £1,000, despite taking place in atrocious weather several months back. The Butterfly Hospice provides end of life care to patients and their families throughout Lincolnshire and is reliant on public donations and fundraising to remain in operation.