Former Welwyn Hatfield mayor hands over cheque to charities
ONE of Mick Long s last acts as Welwyn Hatfield borough mayor was to hand out a cheque to the charities he had supported during his year in office. A total of �4,500 was raised for Macmillan Cancer Support and WGC-based charity The Mixed Group during Cllr
ONE of Mick Long's last acts as Welwyn Hatfield borough mayor was to hand out a cheque to the charities he had supported during his year in office.
A total of �4,500 was raised for Macmillan Cancer Support and WGC-based charity The Mixed Group during Cllr Long's year in office.
At Welwyn Hatfield Council's AGM, Cllr Long presented the cheque to Kerry Briars, representing Macmillan Cancer Support, and Sean Cox, head of The Mixed Group.
Cllr Long said: "I am delighted we have been able to raise this money for two wonderful causes.
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"A lot of hard work and dedication has gone into achieving this figure and it is my honour to present the charities with their cheque.
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