Mayor of Barnet’s Charity Apeal raised £4,500

These are photographs from the recent Mayor of Barnet’s Charity Appeal event at the House of Commons.  The reception was hosted by Mike Freer, MP for Finchley & Golders Green on behalf of the Mayor of Barnet, Cllr Anthony Finn.

 

(left to right – Mike Freer MP, Mayor of Richmond, Mayoress of Richmond, Mayor of Barnet)

L to R – Mike Freer MP, Mayor of Richmond, Mayoress of Richmond, Mayor of Barnet

 

Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, Francis Maude, MP welcomed guests and dignitaries to the reception and spoke about the ‘Big Society’ and its importance in our communities and praised the work of the two charities supported by the Mayor of Barnet (Camp Simcha and Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice).

The event raised in excess of £4,500 for the Mayor’s Charity Appeal.

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L to R - Mayor of Barnet, Francis Maude Mp, Gill Dodge CEO Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice, Neville Goldschneider, CEO Camp Simcha

 

This is £500 more than the £4,000 the Friends of Avenue House raised the other afternoon but as a well known supermarket keeps telling us, every little helps!

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