Posted 8th Oct 2019

LochAnna Kitchens founder raises money for St. Johns Hospice in tribute to father

8th October 2019 - 10:30am
LochAnna Kitchens, St John’s Hospice, The Cross Walk Bay, KBB, KBBDaily,

The founder and manager of LochAnna Kitchens, Paul Jenkinson, has raised £1,110.20 for St John’s Hospice in the The Cross Walk Bay 2019. Jenkinson – who joined over 200 others in a four-hour trek across Morecambe Bay from Arnside to Kents Bank – raised the funds in memory of his father, who he sadly lost to cancer five years ago.

“Anyone who has lost a friend or relative to cancer will know that the care your loved one receives in the last days and weeks is so valuable, and it is delivered by very special people” said Jenkinson.

“It was lovely to raise money for the Hospice whilst spending time remembering my Dad and making memories with 3 generations of the Jenkinson family” he added.


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