£302 raised at Bracton’s Red Nose Day event

The Bracton Centre’s Red Nose Day event raised a total £302.85 for Comic Relief.

Forensic psychiatric nurse, Gill Kilbane and staff nurse colleague Rich Earl helped collect the cash in a special Red Nose bucket they took around the Bracton Centre and Pinewood House.

Some Bracton residents made some delicious homemade Red Nose Day cakes, which were sold and went towards the cash collected.

It's a day like no other when the whole country gets together to do something funny for money and change countless lives in the process.

Afterwards Gill and Rich were full of praise for all staff that donated. They said: “Thank you so much for your generosity. The collection bucket travelled from Bracton to Pinewood and back and we raised £302.85 for Red Nose Day. We look forward to doing it again next year, once again thank you all so much for your donations.”

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Forensic psychiatric nurse, Gill Kilbane and staff nurse colleague Rich Earl helped collect the cash in a special Red Nose bucket.

Published on 18th March 2011