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Blue Day for Local, Young Cancer Patients


Teenage Cancer Trust, a charity devoted to improving the lives of young people with cancer, is challenging Rye to go blue on Friday 14 October for the south east’s first ever Blue Day. Can you help me to spread the word please?

I would love Rye’s schools, businesses, universities and residents to go blue for the day this autumn to raise money for a brand new Teenage Cancer Trust unit at the Royal Marsden Hospital in Surrey – the first ever TCT Unit in the South East. Please can you hold your own fundraising event to raise funds towards our urgent appeal e.g From mufti days at schools and workplaces to playing blues music, making blue cocktails or selling our very special blue day cupcakes. Teenage Cancer Trust is hoping for as many people as possible to help spread the word in Rye. Please can you help in anyway?

Thank you.

Louise


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