Generous Conwy gran leaves £36k in will to Flintshire animal rescue centre

Generous Conwy gran leaves £36k in will to Flintshire animal rescue centre
 

A legacy from a gran who once served up tea to spooks cracking the WWII Enigma code is to fund a new cafe at North Clwyd Animal Rescue centre.
Animal lover Doris Davies from Kinmel Bay left more than £36,000 in her will for the Flintshire centre, to say thanks for the pet dogs she adopted from NCAR over the years.
The cheque was presented to centre staff by the 95-year-old’s twin grandsons Glynn and David - who only found out about her existence a few years ago. Mrs Davies has also left donations to Rhyl lifeboat and her local church.
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28 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 38
Source: Daily Post
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