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Remembrance & Poppy Appeal Records for Bleadon

Posted on 19th November, 2014

The final total for the collection in the village - £1207.51 + £144.50 from church retirement collection

  

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This year's (2014) Poppy Appeal has resulted in the highest ever collection in Bleadon.With payments for two wreaths still to come the total is £1127.51, well above the previous best. To this must be added £144.50 from the retirement collection at the Remembrance Sunday service, again a record.

 

We are indebted to the house-to-house collectors:Caroline Bayntun, ID Clarke, Jane Derrick, Sue Gibson, Amanda Herman, Gill Hobbs, Pauline Rider and Sarah Ripley.Then there were the static boxes at The Anchor, Catherine's Inn,the Church, the Post Office, Purn Caravan Park and the Queen's Arms, with a special mention for Escape, where Tracy sold brooches, bracelets and wristbands and raised over £100.

 

Most importantly, of course, it was the residents of Bleadon who put the money in the boxes.

 

Les Masters,

Local Organiser.

 

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Comments (3)

A great response from the village. Well done to all, particularly Les
Well done Les and all your lady helpers. A very good result.
Congratulations to the Poppy Appeal and Les for coordinating

On a seperate issue I have rescued the brand new England football that had been in the rhyne in Bridge Road for about three weeks I would very much like to reunite it with its owner who is probably very upset at losing it so if anyone knows The young person please let them know I have it at home I can be contacted on 812862