Sisters make a break into fundraising!

 Seven year old, Isla Robinson, has been asking people to sign her cast and to make a small donation in honor of her Grandad. 

Isla, who broke her wrist whilst playing on the monkey bars while on holiday in Exeter has asked friends and family to sign her cast in exchange for a small donation towards Primrose Hospice. 

The budding fundraiser and her sister, Maeve, chose Primrose Hospice in memory of their Grandad, John Robinson, who passed away from Cancer at the end of June this year.

They have raised a fantastic £80 so far and more donations are set to come in. Her Mum, Julie Robinson said she was extremely proud of both her daughterts for coming up with the idea. "It is a lovely thought to know that your children came up with something as nice as this".

CEO, Helen Garfield, said "We are really sorry to hear Isla broke her wrist, but delighted that her and her sister, Maeve, can turn something negative in to something really positive for their Grandad. It is very touching that so many people, including children, are supporting our BIG Appeal and I would like to say a huge thank you to Isla and Maeve for raising money for Primrose Hospice". 

All of us at Primrose Hospice wish Isla a speedy recovery!


PHBA01 £12/£26/£57 to 70070


01527 889796 to donate over the phone by card


Download the donation form below and post it to: BIG Appeal, Primrose Hospice, St Godwalds Road, Bromsgrove, B60 3BW (please do not post cash, please make cheques payable to 'Primrose Hospice').