17th Jul, 2019

Primrose Hospice and the Citizens Advice South Birmigham Area receive funding boost

BROMSGROVE charity the Primrose Hospice and the Citizens Advice South Birmigham Area (CASBA) have received a funding boost from the annual Barnt Green Bonfire and Fireworks event.

Money raised has been distributed among national and local charities, with the Primrose selected alongside Cancer Research, Fisher House at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Redditch Night Stop.

CASBA will use its share of the funding to host events to celebrate 30 years of support for people with learning disabilities.

A member of the bonfire committee Sue Diprose said: “We are really proud that the money local people raise helps such a diverse range of charities.”

The committee want people to know their efforts will benefit the area.

“Many people have been supported through difficult times by each of the nominated charities, and we are looking forward to raising many more thousands of pounds over the coming years.”


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