Mary Ann Evans

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Evans, Mary Ann or Marian:

see Eliot, GeorgeEliot, George,
pseud. of Mary Ann or Marian Evans,
1819–80, English novelist, b. Arbury, Warwickshire.
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Cheryl Bunkle, head of marketing and account management at Local Hospice Lottery, said: "It is with huge delight that we welcome Mary Ann Evans Hospice to the Local Hospice Lottery family!
Liz Hancock, chief executive at Mary Ann Evans Hospice, said: "The monies raised at these types of events are vital in helping us to continue to provide our care services, which is why the support of local businesses such as Burgis & Bullock is so important to our future." Pictured are the winners of the Burgis & Bullock quiz night, from left, Stewart Freeman, Rhonda Hales, Jenny Frost, Lucie Byron and Ian Grindal
We are proud to be part of the Mary Ann Evans Hospice Classic Transport Festival."
Rob Hancock, Robin Howes, Liz Hancock, Gill Hancock, John Banner, representing Mary Ann Evans Hospice.
"It costs approximately pounds 728,000 per year to run and approximately two thirds of these running costs must be raised by voluntary donations, which is why the support of local businesses is vital." Andrew Chadaway, corporate partner at Burgis & Bullock added: "Mary Ann Evans Hospice provides such a vital role in the community and we are delighted to help them in whatever way we can."
Mary Ann Evans spent the first 30 years of her life in Warwickshire, and, as did most novelists, she drew upon those formative years when writing.
George Eliot, formerly Mary Ann Evans, was born and grew up in Nuneaton and (above) the wreaths in the memorial garden |
In an attempt to raise as much money as they can for Mary Ann Evans Hospice, Dean and Warren held a charity event at the Hare and Hounds Pavilion in Coventry which was a huge success, adding PS1,500 to their charity fund.
There is always a really festive feeling and everyone is happy to be taking part and fundraising for the Mary Ann Evans Hospice.
I'm just getting over an Achilles injury, suffered in the Great North Run and I'm now looking forward to being part of a successful Mary Ann Evans contingent on the streets of the capital next April."
THE nishing touches are being made to an impressive extension at Nuneaton's Mary Ann Evans Hospice.
e fourth annual Mary Ann Evans Hospice Classic Transport Run takes place on Sunday August 4, and organisers have space for more entrants.