Fundraisers take a leap for charity

Over the last few months the caravan owners of Kaims Caravan Park in Bamburgh have been fund-raising for the Children's Heart Unit Fund at the Freeman, we have held lots of raffles and a family fun day. Rose Adair and Val Smith both did a parachute jump which raised over �1,000 this was matched by Rose's employer Bellway Homes. Alan Armstrong who is a very keen photographer donated �5 from every photo he sold, donating over �350. Susan Jackson, honorary president of CHUF, was so proud of everyone's achievements.
Over the last few months the caravan owners of Kaims Caravan Park in Bamburgh have been fund-raising for the Children's Heart Unit Fund at the Freeman, we have held lots of raffles and a family fun day. Rose Adair and Val Smith both did a parachute jump which raised over �1,000 this was matched by Rose's employer Bellway Homes. Alan Armstrong who is a very keen photographer donated �5 from every photo he sold, donating over �350. Susan Jackson, honorary president of CHUF, was so proud of everyone's achievements.

The caravan owners of Kaims Caravan Park in Bamburgh have been fund-raising for the Children’s Heart Unit Fund at the Freeman (CHUF).

They held lots of raffles and a family fun day. Rose Adair and Val Smith both did a parachute jump, which raised over £1,000 and was matched by Rose’s employer Bellway Homes.

Alan Armstrong, who is a keen photographer, donated £5 from every photo he sold, raising over £350.

Susan Jackson, honorary president of CHUF, accepted the cheque.