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Hundreds enjoy charity open day and fete
10:30am Tuesday 17th September 2013 in News
HUNDREDS of people flocked to Naomi House and Jacksplace to enjoy their annual open day and fete.
The hospices opened their doors to the public on a rain-lashed Sunday.
Local musician Ollie Wade, from Winchester, performed his debut single Free, a song he wrote in memory of his brother Ben, who died aged just 19.
The day was a huge success, raising close to £9,500 in total for the charity.
The money will help the charities provide life-changing services to children and young people in the area.
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