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“Murder on Cue” raises £1,600 for West Kent Mind

West Kend Mind cheque presentationLucy Adams (Community Development Director, West Kent Mind) and Lindsey Hudson (Director of Hartley Players’ production of Murder on Cue)

Hartley Players decided earlier this year to donate the profits from shows to local good causes.  Lindsey Hudson, director of “Murder on Cue” by Robin Jennifer Miller (March 2019), chose West Kent Mind as the charity she would like to support and the Players were delighted to raise £1,600.

West Kent Mind is a local mental health charity supporting people experiencing mental health problems in the local community.  They rely on fundraising support from the community to help them continue running their therapeutic and social groups which include art, music and sport.  West Kent Mind are very grateful to the Hartley Players for choosing to support them.

Hartley Players’ chosen cause for their November production of “Entertaining Angels” by Richard Everett is the Carers’ Café held at Wellfield Community Hall, Hartley.

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