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Godwick ball raised £14k for King’s Lynn hospital

Left to right Dr Steven Grove, Breast Care Nurse Angela Holford, Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon Amy Burger and James Garner, owner of Godwick Great Barn who presented cheque for �14K to QEH

Left to right Dr Steven Grove, Breast Care Nurse Angela Holford, Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon Amy Burger and James Garner, owner of Godwick Great Barn who presented cheque for �14K to QEH

Godwick Charity Events’ annual fundraising ball raised more than £14,000 for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn’s breast cancer care unit.

The Glitter Ball was held to raise money in memory of Sally Grove, who died from breast cancer aged just 50 a year ago. She left her husband, Holt Medical Practice GP Dr Steven Grove, daughter Ellen Grove and family at Godwick, dad John Garner and brothers Robert and James Garner.

Co-organiser James Garner, managing director of Godwick Great Barn, said: “Steve, Ellen and I wanted to do something at Godwick where Sally grew up and on a scale that would befit our memories of Sally.”

Sally was treated for breast cancer at the QEH for 15 years.

Dr Grove said: “Sally received fabulous support and care at the QEH and we wanted to recognise the staff’s efforts by raising money for the Breast Cancer Care Unit development fund.”

Pictured are, from left, Dr Steven Grove, Breast Care Nurse Angela Holford, Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon Amy Burger and James Garner.

 
 
 

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