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Nursing charity to benefit from sales of Queen's 90th birthday medal

Queen's Nursing Institute spokesperson delighted that organisation will receive share of profits 

The Queens Nursing Institute (QNI) will benefit from sales of a commemorative medal produced to celebrate the Queens 90th birthday.

QNI transition project manager Candice Pellett is delighted that the charity will receive a share of the profits.

The medal is available to order online and costs 19.95, with revenue divided between all the charities of which the Queen is patron.

Alongside the medal, an online book has been created so that well-wishers can post birthday messages to the Queen.

Former district nurse Ms Pellett said: I feel honoured to be working for the QNI in this special year, and I will sign the book to wish her many congratulations.

For more on how to order a medal and sign the book, click here

The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI) will benefit from sales of a commemorative medal produced to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.

Candice Pellett holding the Queen's 90th birthday medal

QNI transition project manager Candice Pellett is delighted that the charity will receive a share of the profits.

The medal is available to order online and costs £19.95, with revenue divided between all the charities of which the Queen is patron.

Alongside the medal, an online book has been created so that well-wishers can post birthday messages to the Queen.

Former district nurse Ms Pellett said: ‘I feel honoured to be working for the QNI in this special year, and I will sign the book to wish her many congratulations.’

For more on how to order a medal and sign the book, click here

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