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22 Dec 2017
Doncaster Cancer Detection Trust (DCDT) have an annual memory tree in the Frenchgate Centre at Christmas time, and this year are celebrating 25 years.

It has been a long tradition for Dame Rosie Winterton to place either the first or last token on the memory tree, which has been up from 27 November until today, 22 December, enabling friends and supporters of DCDT to make a donation in return for a memory token to put on the tree to remember loved ones over the festive season.

Rosie said “Doncaster people have been very generous in supporting Doncaster Cancer Detection Trust over many years, and this Christmas has been no exception.  I am delighted once again to have the honour of placing the last token on the memory tree.”

Rosie met with Paul Staton and his grandson James Canham, aged 9, with their donation of £742 for the DCDT Scanner Appeal from Doncaster Wheelers, raised by cycling 254 miles in two days in the Frenchgate Centre.


Rosie Winterton MP for Doncaster Central
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