Debbie Peel, Rosa and four-year-old Bridget Hardy.
Debbie Peel, Rosa and four-year-old Bridget Hardy.

Treat for cancer fundraisers

FOUR friends came together six years ago to support a worthy cause they held close to their hearts.

Yesterday June Stewart opened her doors once again, to 40 guests to help raise money to fight cancer for Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

Mrs Stewart, Claire Duggan and Val Hynes, along with their late friend Sylvia Devitt, who was a recent victim to cancer, started the morning tea and have since raised thousands of dollars each year.

“It is just a great cause and it would be great if we could find a cure,” Mrs Stewart said.

Mrs Stewart said they hoped to raise about $1000 this year and will continue the tradition each year.



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