Lottery winner's generous gesture

RETIRING: Peter Hill (centre) with hospice chairman John Bawden and fundraising manager Rachel Jones at a charity cricket day.

RETIRING: Peter Hill (centre) with hospice chairman John Bawden and fundraising manager Rachel Jones at a charity cricket day.

First published in Ledbury & Malvern Business News by

SOON-to-be retiring solicitor Peter Hill from Little Witley, near Worcester won £3,000 on the Hospices Lottery and then in a generous gesture of support for St Richard’s Hospice, promptly donated £300 back to the charity.

He said: “It’s my first big win ever and the timing is marvellous. I am about to retire and have a holiday in America coming up so this win will give our spending money a boost”

Mr Hill works as a consultant for mfg Solicitors and is retiring after a lifetimes’ career with the firm. He knows St Richard’s Hospice well as mfg Solicitors are supporters of the charity, as is his son Matthew, who has completed a number of charity cycle rides.

Mr Hill joined the Hospice Lottery – a joint venture between St Richard’s Hospice and Acorns Children’s Hospice - in 2009 and was the lucky winner of the lottery rollover.

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