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Franke retailers raise more than £4,500 for Marie Curie

9th September 2019 - 15:35pm
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Franke has celebrated raising £4,697 for the Marie Curie charity through its annual Blooming Great Tea Party event, which saw 87 of the company’s More in Store retailers and supporters come together to host tea parties and raise the funds.

To date, Franke and its retailers have raised more than £28,000 over its six years of supporting the charity. This year, award-winning cookbook author and culinary historian Regula Ysewijin, pictured, created an exclusive Victoria sponge cake for retailers’ tea parties.

“We’re incredibly grateful for the continued support of all of our wonderful retailers who have supported the Blooming Great Tea Party events both this year, and since we launched in 2014,” said Franke communications manager Jeanette Ward.

“To have raised a total of £28,000 during that time to support the incredible work of Marie Curie is something they can all be proud of and we’d like to thank them for the hard work they put in to making the event a success.”


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