Charitiy holiday breaks at Ladram Bay
09:00 09 September 2012
Dream-A-Way charity unveiled their latest caravan at Ladram Bay Holiday Park. The ribbon was cut by Exeter Chiefs rugby players Chris Whitehead and Phil Dollman who were joined by Dream-A-Way chairman Jeff Merrett. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref exv 9755-35-12AW. To order your copy of this photograph, go to www.exmouthjournal.co.uk and click on myphotos24
A new caravan a Ladram Bay will give disabled and seriously-ill people well-earned breaks thanks to charity Dream-A-Way
A charity which offers holidays to disabled and seriously ill people is celebrating the purchase of a new caravan at Ladram Bay.
The Dream-A-Way charity unveiled their latest holiday home at a special ceremony, where Exeter Chiefs players Chris Whitehead and Phil Dollman cut the ribbon.
The Exeter-based charity, which also hosts holidays in Exmouth, at Devon Cliffs Holiday Park this week announced the appointment of two new vice presidents.
Royal Navy Petty Officer Simon Williams, serving on destroyer HMS Defender, and one of Dream-A-Way’s founder members, Charlie Thomas, said they were ‘honoured’ to have been awarded the titles. You can find more information about Dream-A-Way, its vice presidents and future fundraising events at www.dream-a-way.org
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