'Supergran' set to fly back into action with charity fun day
A PLYMOUTH fundraiser who has raised thousands of pounds for local charities over the years is hosting another charitable event this weekend.
Maureen Mottram, known as Supergran to many city people, has organised a family fun day with the help of her friend and neighbour Karen.
Maureen has raised around £60,000 for charity since she started fundraising after she lost her father, Joseph Brimble, to bowel cancer in 1996.
Her exploits include walking on hot coals, running several marathons, trekking the Great Wall of China and knocking on strangers' doors appealing for money.
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The fun day is being held at Plymouth Albion Rugby Club's Brickfields Recreation Ground, from 10am until 3.30pm on Sunday.
There will be a bouncy castle, face painting, cake sale, beauty corner, craft corner, guitarist, food and possibly even some animals from Pennywell Farm.
A raffle, featuring prizes totalling over £900, will also take place.
The free event, with free parking, is all in aid of the Children's Hospice South West.
Maureen said volunteers were still needed to help with the running of the day.
Anyone who can provide music for the event, free of charge, would also be welcome.