Tickety-Boo announces charity of the year

PUBLISHED: 16:30 23 June 2018

Gary Moore from ELF with Cheryl Mabin, Tickety-Boo front of house as the cafe and play kingdom announces it will be supporting the charity for the year.

Gary Moore from ELF with Cheryl Mabin, Tickety-Boo front of house as the cafe and play kingdom announces it will be supporting the charity for the year.

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An Ottery café is throwing its support behind a leukaemia charity for the next 12 months to support its vital services for patients and their families.

Tickety-Boo announced that Exeter Leukaemia Fund (ELF) will be its charity of the year and already has ideas of hosting an elf treasure hunt, colouring competitions and guess the number of shells to boost the charity.

Customers will also be able to donate spare change in the shop’s coin spinner and also take away coffee grinds to use in their gardens, with donations going towards the charity.

The play kingdom will be supporting ELF’s cream tea campaign running throughout this month.

Cheryl Mabin, front of house manager, said: “Most of us know someone whose life has been affected by cancer; charities like ELF that 
can make such a difference to them.

“Our customers have always been very generous for our fundraising and we know that they will help with our efforts for ELF.”


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