Help hospice this Valentine's Day

By Tristan Harris Thursday 07 February 2013 Updated: 07/02 14:02

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REDDITCH residents wanting to send a heartfelt message to a loved one can raise funds for the Primrose Hospice at the same time, with a Valentine's Day card scheme being run by the charity.

For a minimum donation of £2.50 and an e-mail or call detailing the to, from, message and address details, the Primrose will do all the hard work and send the card on the person's behalf. And, in keeping with the Valentine tradition, the sender can even remain anonymous if they prefer.

Community fund-raiser Lucy Bayliss said: "Your loved one gets their romantic card delivered and a donation is made to a really worthwhile cause - it's a loving gesture made in more ways than one."

To send a card, e-mail lucy@primrosehospice.org or call 01527 889797. Or visit www.justgiving.com/primrosehospicevalentines to donate online.

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