Team effort brings in pounds 22,400 for patients.
The group's seventh annual autumn sale for the radiotherapy and oncology centre raised a record amount. It will buy two pumps to administer chemotherapy drugs in a new suite for day patients.
Coventry couple Freda and Roland Todd, and friends Jean Craig and June Bottomley, presented the cheque to consultant radiotherapist Dr Bob Grieve.
Mrs Todd said: ''We'd like to thank all those who supported us.''
The quartet from Coventry - who call themselves the Team of Four - have raised more than pounds 22,400 for the unit since they started fund-raising.
They spend months collecting and making crafts and clothes to sell on a stall, which they hold for a week every year at the unit.
Dr Grieve said they deserved a medal for their work, adding: ''They're just extraordinary. It's impossible to keep finding new ways of saying thank you.''
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Apr 17, 1999|
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