Tea-mendous party raises money for charity

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Kind-hearted staff at Stow College held a Blooming Great Tea Party and raised an impressive £881 for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

The charity was chosen in memory of Alison McInally’s dad Jim Muir, who lived in Bishopbriggs, and was a patient in the Glasgow hospice before passing away at home in 2011.

Alison, from Kirkintilloch, is a classroom assistant at the college. It’s the third time the event has been held and this year raised the highest amount.

There was homebaking, ‘Guess the name of the Bear’ competition, and lots more.

Alison is pictured (bottom left) with colleagues presenting a cheque to Murray Easton from Marie Curie.

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