Pomegranate play cheque

Michael Woolley received a cheque for �1000 from the Pomegranite Theatre following a festival play written by his late son Richard who died of leukaemia. Along with money raised from his book �3100 will be split between Anthony Nolan Trust and Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. Also pictured are Carole Copeland, Festival Organiser at the Pomegranite and Liz Woodall, theatre manager, and Marion Woolley.

Michael Woolley received a cheque for �1000 from the Pomegranite Theatre following a festival play written by his late son Richard who died of leukaemia. Along with money raised from his book �3100 will be split between Anthony Nolan Trust and Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. Also pictured are Carole Copeland, Festival Organiser at the Pomegranite and Liz Woodall, theatre manager, and Marion Woolley.

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Michael Woolley received a cheque for £1000 from the Pomegranate Theatre following a festival play written by his late son Richard who died of leukaemia. Along with money raised from his book £3100 will be split between Anthony Nolan Trust and Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.

Also pictured are Carole Copeland, Festival Organiser at the Pomegranate and Liz Woodall, theatre manager, and Marion Woolley.