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Either prize can be won by an individual or group and the winners have to invest most of their winnings in their good cause but can keep £100 to treat themselves. Annie, of Crusader Way, Watford, was nominated by Laura Green, team leader for the Hertfordshire Young Carers Service.
Laura said: “I have known Annie for 18 months, however, she has been known to carers in Herts and my colleagues for much longer.
“Annie is a young carer for members of her family and has been actively involved with the Young Carers Council for several years, holding the position of vice-chair since April 2016.
“She has volunteered her time and skills on numerous occasions, supporting the work of young carers in Hertfordshire, and speaking out about young carer issues so that young carers are heard and better supported.
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The event at the Old Bell in Harpenden also includes an egg hunt in the pub’s garden, starting at 2pm.Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided.This partnership philosophy extends even further and our active patient group exists to make sure that patient needs and the practice offering are always heading in the same direction.HAD fundraiser, Paul Bishop, said the event is open to everyone.He added: “We are very much an inclusive organisation and that’s why we are encouraging mums, dads, aunts, uncles and grandparents to join in. ”The giant egg has been donated by local chocolatier The Secret Truffletier, and smaller raffle prize eggs were donated by Tesco in Harpenden and Hatfield.