Camelon Easter Party raises cash for Maggie's Forth Valley

A successful Easter Party raised lots of cash for Maggie’s Forth Valley at the weekend.

Monday, 4th April 2022, 11:29 am
Updated Monday, 4th April 2022, 5:14 pm

The event took place in the lounge of the Mariner Bar in Camelon on Saturday afternoon.

It brought in £1800 for the cancer centre which operates in the grounds of Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert and provides support to sufferers, as well as their families.

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Mariner Bar in Camelon's fundraising Easter Party for Maggie's Forth Valley

The party was a sell-out and proved to be great entertainment for the community, who were generous in supporting the charity.

Youngsters had lots of fun making – and wearing – Easter bonnets and they even had a visit from the Easter bunny.

There was also a raffle with lots of prizes donated by local businesses and individuals.

A karaoke in the evening helped swell the total collected.

Everyone needs an Easter bonnet at this time of year.

Amanda Johnstone who was involved in the organising said: “Thanks to everyone who came along and helped us reach this magnificent total.”

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A well dressed young man at the Mariner Bar fundraising Easter Party for Maggie's Forth Valley
Fun for youngsters at the Mariner Bar fundraising Easter Party for Maggie's Forth Valley