Hundreds of pounds raised for day care

Pictured (from left) Sheila Chambers, Sue Smith and Margaret Mott on the raffle stall.
Pictured (from left) Sheila Chambers, Sue Smith and Margaret Mott on the raffle stall.
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A fun day at a day care centre in Skegness has raised hundreds of pounds for client services.

Large numbers gathered at Skegness Day Centre, in Dorothy Avenue, last weekend.

Jenet Seagrave - senior occupational therapist, Leanne Knight - student nurse, Rowena Burgess - physiotherapst, Laura Herrick - workforce service manager, Luke Knowles - student nurse, promoting Lincolnshire Community Health Services at the Skegness Day Centre Fun Day.

Jenet Seagrave - senior occupational therapist, Leanne Knight - student nurse, Rowena Burgess - physiotherapst, Laura Herrick - workforce service manager, Luke Knowles - student nurse, promoting Lincolnshire Community Health Services at the Skegness Day Centre Fun Day.

The centre, which provides care for an average of 45 people a day, holds a number of fundraisers throughout the year.

Last Saturday’s event included tea, coffee, games, stallholders, and a dance performance by the town’s Janice Sutton Theatre School and Productions.

Manager Mandy Hayes said: “The fun day went very well. It was very well supported.”

She added: “The whole centre was absolutely packed.”

Dave Wilson and Jay Smedley of the Macmillan Prize Every Time stall at Skegness Day Centre's Fun Day.

Dave Wilson and Jay Smedley of the Macmillan Prize Every Time stall at Skegness Day Centre's Fun Day.

The event raised more than £700 for the centre.

Of the funds, Mrs Hayes said: “It means everything. It helps us improve our services and the care we provide to our clients.”

For more on the centre, visit www.skegnessday
centre.co.uk.