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Harrison Drury backs a winner to raise funds for East Lancashire Hospice

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Harrison Drury is hosting a charity race night to raise funds for the East Lancashire Hospice 2019 Corporate Challenge.

The firm is one of 31 local businesses taking part from across Blackburn, Darwen, Hyndburn and the Ribble Valley.

Each business is given £50 by headline sponsor Organic Insurance and tasked with raising as much money as possible using their entrepreneurial spirit with a variety of fundraising events.

The challenge began on 1 June and runs for four months, culminating in a glittering awards ceremony in October.

The first scheduled event by Harrison Drury is a horse racing night on Friday 19 July at St Mary’s Church, Church Street, Clitheroe.

Ed Stanley, from Harrison Drury’s Clitheroe office, said: “We’re delighted to support the East Lancashire Hospice as our nominated charity this year.

“We want to make a difference by raising funds to help provide vital care for local people and their families who are coping with life-limiting illnesses.

“We’ve already held dress-down Fridays and bake sales which were a big success in the office. The Clitheroe team are now relishing the challenge to raise even more funds, starting with a fun night at the races.”

To purchase tickets for the event visit the Harrison Drury website.

Pictured from left to right: Victoria McCann, Kate Aspinall, Jenna Atkinson and Rebecca Patience.


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