The team at Jeremy France Jewellers are up to their old ‘fundraising’ tricks again. This time, they (accidentally) decided to climb Mount Snowdon to raise money for The Murray Parish Trust and are set to scale the mountain on Monday the 9th of October.
The idea, we hear, originally came from Nicola Vern who has climbed the mountain before (as well as Kilamanjaro) and now an eleven strong team are heading for the hills in Wales. The team will be driving up there the day before, getting an early start on Snowdon and heading back ready for work the next day.
We can’t keep up with our fundraising gems!
Jeremy France Jewellers, a family run business in Winchester, have been huge supporters of The Murray Parish Trust since first meeting us during Winchester Fashion Week in 2016. They’ve made several donations, including support of the Match My Money campaign in April and also offer jewellery cleans in their Winchester store for donations to the charity.
Everyone at The Murray Parish Trust is so grateful for their constant enthusiasm and dedication to our goal of raising £2 million to build a brand new Children’s Trauma department at Southampton University Hospital.
The team are well on their way of reaching their £2,000 target please help them get there by DONATING NOW.