August 2016

Like most groups our August meeting was very depleted, just four of us turned up and we were greeted with the news that Olive had fallen down and fractured her pelvis and arm. We wish Olive all our best wishes, a speedy recovery and a safe return home.

Group Funds: Val gave an update; so far there is £1,546.42 in the Kitty.

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Walk: Gill and Rosemary had raised an additional £35.00 from their Rowing Lake walk event on 16th July. The walk had been great and took about 1 hour after which, as it was then lunch time, we stopped off at the Boathouse for refreshments.

10th August: There was a drop-in event at the Robert Horrell Macmillan Cancer Centre on 10th August prior to the launch of the new Wellbeing Centre in September.

Doncaster Model for Cancer Care – This is a scheme set up by a cancer survivor, Doncaster council and Macmillan Cancer Support and is made up of a network of volunteers across various age groups. If anyone wants more information or is interested in setting up a scheme in Peterborough contact Gill on

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Speakers: It was agreed that the time given to speakers be reduced to one hour from 7.15-8.15pm, including the inevitable question & answer session.

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