Students from the Roseland Academy have planted their 6th Field of Hope within the school grounds in support of the local Marie Curie Nursing Service.
Daffodil bulbs were kindly donated by Maurice Crouch (Growers) Ltd. for the project. Our students held a non-uniform day in February and have raised a total of £500.65 which now brings the total raised by the Academy to £2,335.65. This money will fund 116 hours of local Marie Curie Nursing care in the community.
Marie Curie is here for people living with any terminal illness, whether it’s cancer or any other illness, and their families. The charity offers expert care, guidance and support to help them get the most from the time they have left. Marie Curie Nurses work night and day, in people’s homes across the UK. Over the last 60 years, Marie Curie has helped millions of people with a terminal illness and their families.
For more information on the work of Marie Curie in Cornwall or how to get involved with fundraising please call The Cornwall Fundraising Office on 01872 260500.