Make a wish come true

on 17 July 2018.

elcot

David Chambers and his colleagues from Elcot Park Hotel in Newbury have taken on a challenge. They want to raise £1,000 to provide terminally ill children with magical experiences.

The team will be climbing Mount Snowdon in a bid to raise funds for Ray’s of Sunshine Children’s charity, an organisation that exists to fulfil the wishes of children, between the ages of 3-18 in the UK, of any race or gender who are terminally or seriously ill. It also buys equipment for these children and support the hospices, hospitals and specialist schools that care for them.

You couldn’t ask for a better cause to raise funds for. Find out more about the charity and the team by visiting their Just Giving page where you can make donations.

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