Bishopbriggs woman Fiona Hendry organised a night of magic in memory of her late husband and to thank the hospice who cared for him.
The recent event in Bishopbriggs’ Fort Theatre raised the impressive sum of £1,300 for Marie Curie Hospice in Glasgow.
Fiona’s husband Raymondpassed away from cancer a year ago. She told the Herald she was so impressed with the “superb” care he received, she wanted to raise much-needed cash to support the hospice.
Fiona organised the event with the help of her daughters, friends, members of Bishopbriggs Fort Theatre and three talented magicians.
Fiona said: “It costs £5.2 million pounds a year to run the hospice and £20 per hour for a Marie Curie nurse.
“Some of these nurses work providing 24-hour care within the community, allowing many people the choice of being at home with loved ones in their ﬁnal weeks.”
Pictured handing the cheque to hospice fundraising manager Murray Easton, far right, is Fiona, Peter Wright, Michael McCurry and Alex Proctor.