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TV star Rosemarie Ford helps award loyal Hospice volunteers

10-06-2019
Created by potrace 1.16, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2019

As part of National Volunteers Week, more than 170 Thames Hospice volunteers enjoyed a special afternoon tea hosted at Royal Ascot Racecourse on Tuesday 4 June 2019 to celebrate their enormous contribution to the charity. In just one year, the charity's 650 volunteers contributed a staggering 80,742 hours of their time to the Hospice.

Much-loved singer, dancer and TV presenter Rosemarie Ford awarded long-service badges to many volunteers who have given their time to the Hospice for 10, 15, 25 and even 30 years.

Katherine Leach, Head of Volunteering at Thames Hospice, said: "Our annual Volunteers Afternoon Tea is just a small token of thanks for the incredible support volunteers offer to Thames Hospice. Our 650-strong army of volunteers make an enormous contribution to our success and we always look forward to bringing them together at this event to say a huge thank you.

"A special thank you must also be extended to Ascot Racecourse for kindly providing the venue free of charge and their support throughout the event."

Afternoon tea was served from 2pm, and magician Mike Stoner entertained the audience before speeches from Thames Hospice CEO Debbie Raven, Thames Hospice Chair of Trustees Jonathan Jones and special guest Rosemarie Ford.

To find out more about volunteering for Thames Hospice, click here.

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