NSPCC: Governor enjoys a virtual tea party

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NSPCC Jersey recently hosted a virtual tea party, with the guests including the Lieutenant-Governor, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton, and his wife who are both patrons of the charity.

The Lieutenant-Governor and Lady Dalton (pictured bottom right) joined the NSPCC for a virtual tea party (28720813)

The Stop for Tea event, which was part of the charity’s 26-week fundraising initiative, gave staff the chance to tell Sir Stephen and Lady Dalton about how the organisation has adapted throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

Service centre manager Jacky Moon said: ‘Fundraising is critical in enabling us to offer the services we do, so we’re very grateful to His Excellency and Lady Dalton for attending our Stop for Tea event and helping to raise awareness about our fundraising initiative.’

The charity is also encouraging Islanders to host their own virtual ‘Stop for Tea’ events to raise funds to support the charity’s work with local children and their families.

Sir Stephen and Lady Dalton said they had been pleased to have taken part in the event, helping to raise the profile of this ‘wonderful and invaluable charity’.

James Jeune

By James Jeune

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