Take part in Sidmouth’s Wear a Hat Day

PUBLISHED: 17:33 22 March 2019

Organisers (from the back) Sheila Pratt, Liz Clode, Alexa Baker and Cath Nettleton want Sidmouth residents to wear their hats all week to support Charlotte Reid. Picture: Kyle Baker

Organisers (from the back) Sheila Pratt, Liz Clode, Alexa Baker and Cath Nettleton want Sidmouth residents to wear their hats all week to support Charlotte Reid. Picture: Kyle Baker

KYLE BAKER PHOTOGRAPHY

The town will hopefully become a sea of hats when Charlotte’s Army of fundraisers take part in the big Wear a Hat Day.

Teenager Charlotte Reid was diagnosed with a rare craniopharyngioma in July 2015, but with the help of an ‘army’ of fundraisers has raised more than £12,000 of her £19,000 total towards a week of research.

So far, more than 100 businesses, clubs, societies and individuals are on board.

All are welcome to sign their workplace/social group up to wear a hat for a £1 donation as part of a week of events being held from Saturday (March 23) until Saturday (March 30).

There will be a craft and coffee morning in the Methodist Church Hall on Saturday, March 23, a table top sale will be held in the Cellar Bar, at Kennaway House between 10am to 2pm, on Sunday, March 24 and a beetle drive on Friday, March 29.

The week will end with a collection outside the Radway Cinema on March 29 and 30.

Email alexa@toucan-ltd.co.uk for more information.


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