Bernard Hall, Cuddington
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Chris Behan - 10th March 2021 9:53am
On Tuesday 9th March, Haddenham Rotary, in conjunction with Haddenham's Co-op store, the Morrison's Daily Store, the Haddenham Garden Centre and Bradmoor Farm, launched its Easter Appeal.
Donate an Easter Egg for Children in Care in Bucks
The past twelve months have been very difficult for most of us. Just imagine being a child in care and then being in Covid 19 lockdown for a year.
There are around 500 children under local authority care in Buckinghamshire, some are with Foster parents but around 250 are in Council homes, not quite the same as a family home.
Haddenham Rotary would like Children in Care in Buckinghamshire to know that we are doing more than just thinking about them, we are going, with your help, to do something every so simple for them.
Please will you give them a smile this Easter.
When you shop in a store or online, just buy an extra Easter Egg and donate it to the appeal.
Look for the posters, in-store advertising and donation baskets in these Haddenham stores, Haddenham's CO-OP store, the Morrison's Daily Store, the Haddenham Garden Centre and Bradmoor Farm, who are generously supporting the appeal.
Haddenham Rotary will collect and distribute your kind gifts in time for the Children to enjoy them over the Easter weekend.
The Children will really appreciate your kindness.
The Easter Egg appeal closes on Monday 29th March 2021, so don't leave it to the last minute to buy that extra Easter Egg.
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