St Mary's Centre
By Jeanne Marshall - 18th October 2020 6:54pm
This year's Appeal will run from the 24th October to the 8th November.
Due to the current restrictions, there will be no house to house or street collections, however some shops, schools and businesses have very kindly agreed to display trays of poppies and sundries.
Wreaths have been provided for organisations to lay at the memorial at 11am on the 8th November at a Remembrance Service, details of which can be obtained from Graham Tyack on 291629.
Anyone requiring information or assistance please contact the Haddenham and Aston Sandford Appeal Organiser, Jeanne Marshall on 291739 or Email: email@example.com
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