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A First Class evening helps support trust

Left to right: Steph Boulton, director of First Class Supply, Bob Moncur, and co-director Lesley Robinson.

Left to right: Steph Boulton, director of First Class Supply, Bob Moncur, and co-director Lesley Robinson.

A charity event organised by a Whitley Bay company has helped raise nearly £11,000.

Independent teaching supply agency First Class Supply organised the event in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

It took place at St James’ Park and helped raise £10,820.

Magpies legend Bob Moncur attended and gave fans the chance to be photographed with the Fairs Cup, the last trophy won by Newcastle United.

Bob said: “I am delighted to support the Teenage Cancer Trust as it’s such a fantastic cause. It is a cause that is particularly close to my heart, having had two bouts of cancer myself.”

Lesley Robinson, director of First Class Supply, said: “It was an amazing event, and the perfect way to celebrate our tenth anniversary.

“The Teenage Cancer Trust is a great cause and we were delighted to have been involved with them again, especially to mark such an important milestone for the business.

“I would like to thank everyone who attended and who made our anniversary celebrations an unforgettable occasion, as well as those who donated auction or raffle prizes and all of our candidates and partner schools who have supported us.”

Louise Miles, regional fundraising manager for the North East and Cumbria at Teenage Cancer Trust, said: “A lot of hard work had gone into the event, and I am so pleased that everyone enjoyed themselves in what was a successful occasion.”

 

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