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Cartmel races to help Rosemere

Into the final furlong are two young volunteers Ebony Hill (nine) and sister Evie Hill (six), who collected Cartmel race-goers’ Spring Bank donations for Rosemere Cancer Foundation

Cartmel Racecourse chose Rosemere Cancer Foundation as its charity partner for its 2018 Spring Bank Holiday meeting last month for the second year in succession, enabling the charity to raise £1,530.19 from race-goers’ donations.

Rosemere volunteers had an on course charity stand featuring a bottle tombola and undertook a bucket collection.

The charity works to bring world class cancer services and treatments to cancer patients from throughout South Cumbria and Lancashire being treated at Rosemere Cancer Centre at the Royal Preston Hospital, which provides all the two counties’ radiotherapy treatment among other specialised care, and at another eight hospitals within the region that look after cancer patients, including Westmorland General Hospital.

For further information on its work and how to donate, visit its website at

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