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Macmillan Charity dinner at Chesterford Research Park raises over £13,500
Dinner, dancing and charity auction attracts over 100 guests to The Nucleus
Organised by Annie Roberts, resident of Little Chesterford and head of the Fund Raising Committee the evening attracted 123 guests and raised over £13,500 for the charity. Founded in 1911 by Douglas Macmillan, Macmillan Cancer Support has grown to become the largest cancer care and support charity in the UK providing practical, medical and financial support and action for better cancer care.
The evening began with a champagne reception followed by dinner and a charity auction. After dinner, guests were encouraged onto the dance floor with live music from Van Gogh’s Ear and the festivities continued well into the early hours with the auction and a 100 prize raffle. The auction - compared by Andi Harper from BBC Radio Cambridge - included a number of lots, all of which were donated by local businesses and supporters of the charity. A particular popular lot was a day’s ‘ownership’
The event was held at Chesterford’
Chesterford Research Park is ideally situated within easy reach of the City of Cambridge, Stansted airport and the M11. The Park also operates a taxi service and regular shuttle buses to and from the railway station at Audley End, from which London is only an hour away. From its South Cambridge position, Chesterford Research Park and The Nucleus are perfectly positioned to offer attractively located, state-of-the-