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Nearly £30,000 raised by holiday village for charity

PUBLISHED: 10:49 11 April 2018

Staff from Corton Coastal Village celebrate their skydive. Picture: Warner Leisure Hotels

Staff from Corton Coastal Village celebrate their skydive. Picture: Warner Leisure Hotels

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A skydive was among the fundraising activities put on by Corton Coastal Village which has rasied nearly £29,000 for charity.

The hotel and holiday village has raised £28,784 for Macmillan Cancer Support in the last 12 months as part of Warner Hotels’ partnership with the charity.

Vital funds have been raised by staff and guests at the hotel through a series of initiatives and activities. with a skydive raising £4,500.

Fern Chapman, General Manager at Warner Leisure Hotels’ Corton Coastal Village, said: “We’re blown away by the commitment and support we have received from every member of team at Corton in our quest to support the vital work Macmillan does for those living with cancer.

“We couldn’t have raised such a substantial sum of money without the willingness and participation of our guests, who have not only donated funds, but have really got involved in each of our events.”


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