Collection for Rotary Children's Hospice Family Holidays

The Invicta Dynamos Ice Hockey Club kindly allowed us to collect again at their last home game of 2019 .


A big thank you to the Invicta Dynamos Ice Hockey Club and to all the supporters who donated to the collection for the Rotary Children's Hospice Family Holidays at the Streatham game on Sunday 22nd December.

A total of £131.38 was raised which will help provide a holiday of a lifetime for seriously ill children and their families .

We are extremely grateful for the continued support of the Invicta Dyanmos who have let us collect at this game for a number of years.

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