1920s fun and an appearance from Pudsey help treatment centre raise funds for CiN
Patients, visitors and the team at Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre have raised around £200 for Children in Need, thanks to 1920s-themed fun and games on Friday (16th November).
Flappers, gangsters and molls paraded round the corridors and wards, while visitors made the most of the cupcakes made by the centre’s chefs to raise money for the nationwide charity fun day.
The winner of the Best Dressed competition was the centre administrative manager Diane Hardy, dressed as a Al Capone-style gangster.
Hospital director Steve Booker, looking like an extra from TV series Peaky Blinders, said: “Once again I was very proud of the team, who threw themselves into the event, providing raffle prizes, selling tickets and cakes, and finding the time to come up with wonderful costumes in order to support disadvantaged children across the UK.”