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Award for fundraising couple

By Paul Williams 30th November 2016

Award for fundraising couple
WELL DESERVED: Ken and Celia Warren

Local charity fundraising stalwarts Ken and Cecilia Warren, who work tirelessly for the charity group they helped found in 1963, The League of Friends of St Austell District Hospital and Community Nursing Services, were recognised for their achievements last week when they won this year’s Fundraising and Support section...

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