Twelve year old Connie Baker, from Icklesham, completed a sponsored bike ride to raise £376 for St Michael’s Hospice in memory of her much loved Grandma Joan.
Joan Baker, who played a leading role in life in the village, died of cancer in May 2012.
St Michael’s Hospice helped Joan and all the family while she was unwell.
Derrick, Joan’s husband continues to support St Michael’s Hospice as well as Macmillan nurses by selling his homemade cakes and pies. And has raised in excess of £2,000.
Connie’s mum Claire said: “We are so proud of her. Connie wanted to continue to show her appreciation of what the wonderful hospice did to support her Grandma. Last year Connie made necklaces and bracelets to sell and raised £66.”
St Michael’s Hospice is trying to raise funds after a devastating fire earlier this year damaged part of its St Leonards building.
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