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Supersleuth Winner Generously Donates to Charity!

Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

Supersleuth Competition Winner Donates Portion of Winnings To Charity

Young Thomas Hardye pupil, Lily McIntosh hands over a cheque to Weldmars’ Emily Fisher. Winner of the 11+ age group in this year’s Dorchester SuperSleuth competition Lily McIntosh had asked the Dorchester BID if she could donate £10 of her prize money to the Joseph Weld Hospice who have recently supported a close member of her family.

Dorchester Supersleuth Competition winner
Left to right: Emily Fisher – Weldmar, Neil Strudwick – DBID Chairman, Lily McIntosh, Helen Harris -Lily’s Mum, Elaine Shockley – Lily’s Nan


DBID Project Director Phil Gordon commented “It was such a nice gesture I felt that we had to get a little extra recognition for Lily – How lovely that she wanted to donate some of her prize money to support Weldmar, I think some children might just buy a bigger toy! I know her Nan and rest of her family are so proud of her – So they should be! Lily seems to be a very helpful young lady as she also does errands and house chores for elderly neighbours too”


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