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Bennetts Coaches make a (three) grand donation to James Hopkins Trust

The staff at Bennetts Coaches are no strangers to raising money for Gloucestershire charities hav-ing donated more than £13,000 to local good causes in the last six years.

This year, the auction and raffle at the annual staff part has raised an incredible £3,100 for the James Hopkins Trust - a cause that provides care for babies and young children with life limiting illness.

Established in 1989, the charity currently support in excess of 100 children in Gloucestershire, part of a group of 600 who have counted on the charity since its inception.

James Hopkins Trust needs an enormous £570,000 a year to ensure Gloucestershire families with a life limited or life threatened young child continue to receive free nursing respite.

In a statement, Bennetts Coaches said: "A huge thank you to all those who donated, provided a gift or voucher that we auctioned off or put in the raffle, during the evening of the Staff Party.

"Any contribution you made, big or small, has really made a difference to the James Hopkins Trust.

"All of us at Bennetts Coaches are extremely happy with the efforts put in by all, thank you to eve-ryone."

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