Fundraiser who lost wife to cancer donates £1k to Bournemouth Hospital’s health unit

Bournemouth Echo: Stephen Bargery Stephen Bargery

A DEDICATED fundraiser, who lost his wife to cancer, has donated £1,000 to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital’s Women’s Health Unit.

Stephen Bargery started fundraising in 2007 after his wife Michelle died of cancer aged just 28.

Since then Stephen has raised more than £15,000 for the new unit which will form part of the new Jigsaw building.

For his latest venture, Stephen launched Wimborne Mower Club’s first Grand Prix.

Lindsey Sturman, the hospital trust’s fundraising manager, said: “We are so grateful to Stephen who has worked tirelessly to raise money to support the work of the Bournemouth Hospital Charity.”

For more information visit bournemouthhospitalcharity.org or call the charity office on 01202 704060.

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5:10pm Fri 13 Dec 13

Lucky Rich says...

The smile says it all ,well done Stephen......& get the Echo to advertise your mower GP details as a freebee ,good luck.....Rich.
The smile says it all ,well done Stephen......& get the Echo to advertise your mower GP details as a freebee ,good luck.....Rich. Lucky Rich

5:48pm Fri 13 Dec 13

cheeriedriteup says...

Hear hear , come on Echo do some good
Hear hear , come on Echo do some good cheeriedriteup

10:48pm Fri 13 Dec 13

LordLilliput says...

Well done Stephen, I'm sure your wife would be proud if you, as undoubtably your friends and family are. Good man :-)
Well done Stephen, I'm sure your wife would be proud if you, as undoubtably your friends and family are. Good man :-) LordLilliput

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