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2013 Calendar in memory of Kirsty

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2013 Calendar in memory of Kirsty

Front page of the fundraising Holderness Delights Calendar

Earlier this year, we shared the story of Kirsty Longfellow, who sadly died of Acute Myeloid Leukaemia in March 2012. Kirsty's family and friends have been tirelessly fundraising in her memory for charities including Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. They have undertaken a sponsored Bike Ride, they have organised 'Kirsty's Red Carpet Charity Event' and they have also been selling wristbands to raise funds.

The team have raised over £4,300 on their Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research JustGiving page and following their fundraising activities this year, they donated an additional £8,000 to Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.

Their latest fundraising venture is a Charity Calendar, produced to raise money to help beat blood cancers. Titled 'Holderness Delights Calendar 2013', the calendars are available for a minimum donation of £10 each plus £2.20 postage and packing.

If you'd like to get a copy ready for the start of the New Year, you can contact Kirsty's Mum Gwyn Longfellow at gwyn.longfellow@fsmail.net. You can also or can order by post, by enclosing a cheque made payable to Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research and sending to the below address, including details of where to send the Calendar(s) to:

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Tuesday, 18 December, 2012
TAGS:      NorthFundraising

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