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This year, Whitehall Resources took Halloween festivities to a whole new ghoulish level. Their Halloween celebrations were focused on raising money for Southampton Hospital Charity’s cancer department.
 
Ghoulfest was organised by Sarah Tanner and Sophie Nielson to show their recognition and support of the departments’ services. By the end of the day, they’d raised over £1,100!
 
They kicked off the morning with a highly participated Halloween themed best-dressed competition. Congratulations to the Best Dressed Female, Charlie Irons (Sally, Nightmare before Christmas) and Best Dressed Male, Luke Percival (Teen Wolf), who won themselves a Thorntons hamper.
 
The Ghoulfest bake-off saw some impressive creations, but it was the creative baking by Chloe Hawker that took the number one spot. Her gravestone themed cake not only looked good but was a firm winner for taste with the judges.
 
Apple-bobbing, Splat the Spider, Mummy Ten-Pin and a raffle offered more prizes up for grabs for those who contributed to take part. Thank you to all of the businesses that donated the brilliant prizes in support of Southampton Hospital Charity’s cancer department.
 
The Southampton oncology unit is a leader in cancer research and treatment development, one of only 12 regional cancer centres in the UK, serving a population of around 1.7 million. 
 




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