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4th September 2013

WEYMOUTH: Chip shop customers raise cash for cancer charity

WEYMOUTH’S Alf’s fish and chip shop and the Ladies Alive charity group have raised £820 each for Prostate Cancer UK and the South Dorset Prostate Cancer Support Group.

The money was raised through a joint raffle and donations from customers.

Group spokesman Barry Newman said: “We are unbelievably grateful.

“It is not just the money going to two organisations but the way awareness of prostate cancer has been raised over a wide area.

“The group will use part of the money to provide a finger prick PSA test in November which will be open to men in this part of the county over the age of 45.”

PICTURE: The draw and cheque presentation are, from left, Graham Smith of Cove Park which donated a holiday, Barry Newman, Sue-Jane Smith of Ladies Alive, James O’Neill of Wessex FM which supported the fundraising effort, John Pearce of Alf’s who donated a £50 raffle prize and Richard Treliving of the Fearless diving boat who donated a fishing trip.

WEYMOUTH: Chip shop customers raise cash for cancer charity

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