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Ribblesdale British Caravanners Club raise £3700 for APF

The Ribblesdale British Caravanners Club presented a fantastic cheque for £3700 to us at the Manchester IPF Patient Awareness Day last weekend.

Allan Lancaster, a former patient of one of our trustees Annette Duck says: “Each year a charity is nominated at the AGM and this year we chose Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis.

“The majority of the money was raised by raffles at our temporary holiday sites, major rallies and winter weekend rallies. Most of the prizes was donated and raffle tickets purchased by the members and guests which made it a team effort”.

Alan Lancaster APF cheque

Pictured: Left: Alan Lancaster and Chairperson Alison Jepson. Right: Our trustee Annette Duck and Alan Lancaster.

Allan presented the cheque to trustee Annette Duck on behalf of Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis at the Manchester patient awareness day at the University Hospital of South Manchester.

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