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Durham and Darlington Trust
Jimmy MontGomery

Jimmy Mongomery

I was delighted to be asked to be a patron for the ‘Hug in a Bag’ breast cancer charity and look forward to giving my support to such a worthwhile cause.
In the short time I have been involved, I have been very impressed by the hard work and dedication of Judith Eileen and Sue. They are totally committed to bringing comfort to those people facing up to treatment for breast cancer, and the items in the ‘bag’ have been thoughtfully chosen to be both useful and pampering.
I know that this disease has touched the lives of so many people, myself included. The skills of surgeons and nursing staff during this period are truly amazing, but ‘Hug in a Bag’ plays a unique part in the patient’s treatment by targeting the person behind the illness.

Melanie Hill

Melanie Hill

When the great Jimmy Montgomery asked me if I would like to support the Hug in a bag charity, I was intrigued... what a fabulous idea!
Three ladies in the North East who decided to let people know that they cared; people they didn't even know... giving them a bag of goodies that THEY would have liked to have had on their journey.
Judith, Eileen and Sue are working tirelessly to provide these wonderful bags of small gifts to comfort and help people diagnosed with breast cancer. More than anything, to let people know that there is someone out there who CARES about what they are going through.
I am delighted and honoured to support these ladies and their charity. They want nothing back. They simply want to give ‘hugs’ to people that need them. Sounds simple?
Please help this small Charity – with BIG ambitions! A small deed goes a long way...