Press Release: Marsh & Parsons Sponsors Annies Fun Day
Mon 22 Mar 2010
Estate agent Marsh & Parsons is proudly supporting Annies Fun Day, which is raising vital funds for Great Ormond Street Childrens Hospital and the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital.
The Fun Day is taking place from 12-4pm on Saturday, 15th May, at the Holy Trinity Brook Green Hall, W6. The exciting programme includes live entertainment from The Ruff Diamonds, face-painting, auctions, childrens games and stalls, and a raffle with prizes from local businesses and designers.The Fun Day is named after Annie, who spent her first 15 months in these hospitals and will be under regular review until she is four years old, but is now well on her way to recovery. Through fundraising events her parents aim to contribute to the organisations that assisted their daughter.
Peter Rollings, managing director of Marsh & Parsons, said: "We are honoured to be offering our support for Annies Fun Day. The Fun Day is not only an important occasion for raising money, but also a fitting tribute for the outstanding service these hospitals provide and the brave children they help every day. It is guaranteed to be a day of enjoyment for all ages."
For information please contact Jacqui OConnell (Annies mother) at Jac.email@example.com.
For further information please contact:
The Wriglesworth Consultancy Tom Urpeth / James Staunton 0207 427 1400
Marsh & Parsons has been part of the London property scene since 1856. The sales and lettings agent has 14 offices situated in prime positions across central, west and south London. They have an intimate and extensive knowledge of the area.
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