Wirral Bazaar raises more than £50,000 for North West Cancer Research
2 years ago
The annual Wirral Bazaar event has raised more than £50,000 for North West Cancer Research.
The Christmas-themed celebration, which is made up of more than 60 handpicked stalls, took place on the 2 and 3 November and raised £50,474 for the regional charity.
The event was held in the Walled Garden Marquee at Thornton Manner and saw more than 2,000 visitors attend to
Seven local organisations
Alongside this, local catering company Nova ‘The Outsiders’ provided food and drinks in the beverage tent, while Wirral-based digital agency, Revolution 4.0 offered website support for the celebration.
Among the stallholders were Wirral –
North West Cancer Research is an independent charity dedicated to putting the region’s cancer needs first by funding life-saving research and education to tackle the cause, improve the care and find the cure for cancer.
The funds raised from the two-day event will go towards helping the local charity
Alastair Richards, CEO of North West Cancer Research said:
“Fundraising is a pivotal part of what enables us to continue our work, and the support we receive by the Wirral community every year is hugely appreciated. The bazaar is one of our most highly anticipated fundraising events and we know so many people look forward to it every year.
“We cannot thank the sponsors, stallholders, and attendees enough for their vital contribution to making this event a success, once again. The funds raised truly go a long way towards helping us fight cancer right here in the North West and North Wales.”