A Hog for Our Hospice campaign nears £1,000 mark

St Elizabeth Hospice's Sam Catling and Pigs Gone Wild project manager Norman Lloyd at the unveiling

St Elizabeth Hospice's Sam Catling and Pigs Gone Wild project manager Norman Lloyd at the unveiling of Dr Trott and Nurse Honey-Cured. - Credit: Sarah Lucy brown

Our campaign to give Doctor Trott and Nurse Honey Cured a permanent home at St Elizabeth Hospice is rapidly approaching the £1,000 mark.

A Hog for Our Hospice, which aims to raise £5,000, was launched this week – and has already raised 20% of its target.

The pig would be a lasting legacy of the Pigs Gone Wild trail, as well as a thank you to the hospice for staging the project.

You can donate at giving.stelizabethhospice.org.uk/hogforhospice, or send a cheque to Natalie Sadler, Newsdesk, 30 Lower Brook Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP4 1AN.

Cheques should be made payable to St Elizabeth Hospice.


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