Staff on Leavesden Park help raise cash for Alzheimer’s Society at Christmas fair

Watford Observer: Leavesden staff help raise cash for Alzheimer’s Society Leavesden staff help raise cash for Alzheimer’s Society

The true spirit of Christmas arrived at Leavesden Park last week when staff dug deep to raise money for Alzheimer’s Society.

Staff from the companies on the business park raised £264 for the Alzheimer’s Society and enjoyed a Christmas Fair and carols from Stanborough Primary School last Thursday.

The Christmas Fair brought a great opportunity to do a spot of Christmas shopping with stalls from a range of companies, including wonderful handmade sweets from Sweet as a Button, and homeware gifts from Over the Moon.

A raffle organised for the Alzheimer’s Society, which is based at Leavesden Park, which offered prizes donated by companies on the park, raised £225.

The winner was Lesley Close of Semcon, whose prize was a Dimplex Electric Stove. Other prizes included shopping vouchers, Harry Potter Tour Tickets for a family, flowers, wine and a sweet tree.

Karen Yadav, Estate Administrator, said: "Everyone had a fun time browsing and shopping and we are most grateful to those occupiers who donated prizes for our raffle."


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