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Cancer Council cheque presentation at the group's inaugural rally. Pictured (from left) are NSW Cancer Council representative, Lyn and Phil Deaves and then Retreat general manager (operations) Tilly Rexhepi.

Cancer Council cheque presentation at the group's inaugural rally. Pictured (from left) are NSW Cancer Council representative, Lyn and Phil Deaves and then Retreat general manager (operations) Tilly Rexhepi.

Caravans heading for Geelong

Retreat owners will raise funds for cancer charity

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OWNERS of Retreat caravans, who have already raised around $25,000 for cancer research, will again be supporting the charity next month.

Nearly 70 caravans from all over the country will head for the Geelong Showgrounds in Victoria for the third National Retreat Caravans Family Group & Owners Club Rally.

The group raised over $11,000 in 2017 for NSW Cancer Council followed by another $14,000 for Queensland Cancer Council last year.

"These amounts could not be raised without the help from all the Retreat owners who attended the rallies as well as companies donating prizes," organisers of the Victoria rally Phil and Lyn Deaves told Caravanning News.

"We hope we can reach these amounts for this year's cause," they said.

"The monies are raised by raffles and auctioning of great products supplied by many companies who have come on board to help us support this great cause."

Phil and Lyn said the programme was getting "rather full" with information talks from many companies and government agencies as well as fishing and golf days.

"There will also be visits to museums and other attractions in the area, entertainment by great and well known Australian performers plus dinners etc.

"There may no time for people to rest!" they added.

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