£2400 raised for Bromley cat rescue centre

PUBLISHED: 09:15 03 November 2015 | UPDATED: 09:15 03 November 2015

Visitors at the event

Visitors at the event


Romney House Cat Rescue in Downe raised the funds at a fundraiser on Saturday

A Downe cat rescue centre raise more than £2,000 last weekend.

On Saturday, Romney House hosted an afternoon tea and Halloween event, the event included a raffle, cake stalls and treats for the children.

The £2,400 raised will all go to supporting Romney House Cat Rescue, which shelters and rehabilitates abandoned cats.

Silvana Valentino Locke, founder of Romney House said: “The whole day was a great success with over 70 people enjoying afternoon tea and many others coming in to buy from our stalls.

“Our team of volunteers did an amazing job and the money raised will make a vital contribution to our cats and the running of the centre.”

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