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    6 October, 2017



London, October 6, 2017 Sir Clive Loyd, the renowned former captain of the West Indies cricket, presents a signed cricket bat and two new pink balls to be auctioned at the fundraising event to raise money for the Caribbean island of Dominica.

Hurricane Maria hit the island of Dominica on September 18, 2017 as a Category 5 with winds as strong as 175 mph. The island was devastated immensely and relief is still needed to help victims.

Under the patronage of the Acting High Commissioner for the Commonwealth of Dominica and the support of the Dominican Associations the event will raise funds for the victims of Hurricane Maria which has had devastating effect on the entire island. The event is supported by the Mayor of London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham and Caribbean High Commissioners.  It will take place at 8pm at the Hammersmith Town Hall, King Street London W6 9JU. 

Financial contributions for the relief efforts can be made through online donation links: or

Additionally, contributions can be sent to:

Barclays Bank 

Account No:          93992330

Sort Code:             20-80-14

Reference:            yournameDAHurricaneMaria

Account Name:    Dominica Relief Fund


For further details, please email or call Perla Hinojosa at 07538611646.

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