The Rosemère Cancer Foundation received a donation of £525 at a spring-themed fundraising event.
Matthew Smith, owner of Walton-le-Dale-based Brighter Blooms, raised money for the charity at its fourth annual Tulip Open weekend.
With the help of his wife, Grete, Matthew welcomed hundreds of gardening enthusiasts to the event.
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Matthew, who grows flowers, vegetables and fruit shrubs at his premises in Gillibrand Street which he then sells to the public through garden shows he attends around the country, showcased over 60 varieties of bright and beautiful tulips .
He increased his donation by inviting visitors to get hot drinks and homemade cakes served by a team of four volunteers from the Rosemère Cancer Foundation, who also organized a raffle.
As well as supporting the Rosemere Cancer Foundation, which he has been doing since the start of his Tulip Festival, Matthew shared funds from the event to also donate £525 to Motivation Romania, a charity that donates wheelchairs , crutches, walkers and canes to Ukrainian refugees. with mobility problems.
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