A coffee morning at Bexhill Youth and Community Centre on Saturday raised £214 for Bexhill Furry Friends.
The money will be used for the upkeep of the rabbits which are used for therapy treatment for the elderly disabled and vulnerable. The event was opened by Lord Brett McLean and attended by Rother councillors Abul Azad and Ian Hollidge.
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