Christmas boost for leading children’s charity

Anna's Hope received �1,650 from Peterborough-firm Marmalade. Photo supplied
Anna's Hope received �1,650 from Peterborough-firm Marmalade. Photo supplied
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A children’s brain tumour charity received a four-figure Christmas donation from a Peterborough firm.

Anna’s Hope received £1,650 from Marmalade who provide insurance and cars for young people.

The charity was set up by Rob and Carole Hughes after daughter Anna Olivia Hughes died from a brain tumour aged three.

Carole said: “It’s really wonderful that Marmalade has donated £1,650 to our charity.

“Every single penny will go towards care for children with brain tumours, the biggest cancer killer of children.”

Crispin Moger, CEO of Marmalade, said: “We are really proud to be supporting Anna’s Hope, a charity that does fantastic work for children across our region.

“My daughter went to nursery with Anna so this charity has a special place in my heart.”

Crispin presented the cheque to Anna at Marmalade’s head office in Storey’s Bar Road on Friday, 19 December.