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Guests’ Generosity Means £8,000 For Guernsey Mind!

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Guernsey Chamber is delighted to confirm that our recent dinner with Alastair Campbell has raised the fantastic total of £8,000 for Guernsey Mind.
The funds will be used as part of the charity’s workplace initiatives and Mind Chief Exec Emily Litten described the result as ‘Absolutely fantastic’.
Chamber would like to thank the 420 guests who generously supported the fundraising, with prizes provided by Julia Hands of Hand Picked Hotels, Advocate Raymond Ashton of Ashton Barnes Tee, Bank of Butterfield, Aurigny, Condor and the OGH.

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