CLIFTON hospital’s Christmas fair proved popular last weekend raising over £2,500 for patient care.
With stalls including Christmas gifts, crafts, books, cake and chocolate, visitors enjoyed a variety of festive entertainment too.
The Soundwaves choir performed Christmas carols to the crowd and there was a popular tombola and a raffle – with a host of local businesses providing fantastic prizes.
Local comic Bobby Ball attended with his wife Yvonne and Councillor Brenda Blackshaw also popped in to show her support.
Clinical matron at Clifton, Courtney Bickerdike, said: “I want to say a big thank you for everyone’s generosity and support.
“The Christmas fair seems to just get bigger and better. The support from local business was amazing and their kind raffle prize donations played a big part in the amount we raised.
“As ever, the staff worked above and beyond to put such a great day together. It was a great turnout.”