Hartsfield Manor played host to another family fun day in aid of Surrey charity, George and The Giant Pledge this summer. The day proved hugely successful and raised more than £1,500 for the charity.
The charity is named after George Woodall, a brave little boy who lives locally in Redhill. A little more than 18 months-ago, aged four, George was diagnosed with a very rare form of cancer and
has undergone a years-worth of intensive treatment.
George’s parents set up George and the Giant Pledge at the start of his treatment to raise £1million for The Royal Marsden. Hartsfield Manor together with its sister hotel Reigate Manor chose
George and the Giant Pledge as a chosen charity – so far £10,000 has been raised.
The family fun day saw local people giving up their time to get involved, including Unison, the Redhill-based choir run by singer Nina Bromham, who sung hits from The Greatest Showman and Trolls, including George’s favourite song.
Giles Thomas, group general manager, said “It was so fantastic to see our beautiful grounds so busy and full of life. We couldn’t do these days without so many people giving up their time. We
love supporting the Woodall family in their quest to raise £1million for The Royal Marsden.”