Trust is coining it in

Doncaster Cancer detection trust have launched their 'Mile of Coins' campaign appeal in the Frenchgate Centre. Pictured are (L-R) Rosie Winterton MP, DCDT representative, Peter Cook - Frenchgate Centre Manager and Mark Toseland - Vice Chairman of DCDT.

Doncaster Cancer detection trust have launched their 'Mile of Coins' campaign appeal in the Frenchgate Centre. Pictured are (L-R) Rosie Winterton MP, DCDT representative, Peter Cook - Frenchgate Centre Manager and Mark Toseland - Vice Chairman of DCDT.

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We can see for miles and miles and miles.... and it’s all for a good cause.

Doncaster Cancer Detection Trust has launched its annual Mile of Coins appeal in the Frenchgate Centre to boost the coffers of the charity that supports developments in cancer treatment at St John’s Hospice and Doncaster Royal Infirmary.

Since the appeal was launched last week £521 has been raised by lying “coins” end to end which equates to two-thirds of a mile in 1p pieces. They have another five weeks to reach their total of one mile.

The trust’s last major fundraising success - in conjunction with Free Press readers -was to buy a scanner for DRI