Coffee cash cheer for plucky Sally

PUBLISHED: 19:31 27 October 2008 | UPDATED: 11:28 17 June 2010

A SIDMOUTH nurse has expressed her gratitude to people donating nearly £500 at a coffee morning. The money raised is in aid of Sally Dalton s trip to help an Indian jungle community. The coffee morning took place on Saturday, October 18 at St John s Amb

A SIDMOUTH nurse has expressed her gratitude after people donated nearly £500 at a coffee morning. The money raised is in aid of Sally Dalton's trip to help an Indian jungle community. The coffee morning took place on Saturday, October 18 at St John's Ambulance Hall. Sally, 56, who works at Blackmore Health Clinic will be travelling to an area near the village of Kaapsi on Friday, October 31 to help the Tulsi Trust. The charity works with Bengali resettled refugees and the indigenous Adivaashi aboriginals to create an Indian jungle health and education project. Anyone who would like to donate money can drop in to the health centre on Blackmore Drive.


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