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Rosalie Sadler
Joyce Davis

An Awards Ceremony was conducted at a coffee morning on Tuesday 30th July to recognise the efforts of local folk who have done sterling work as collectors for the Annual Poppy Appeal.

Awards recognised the following individuals:

5 Year Certificate of Appreciation:
Angela Hart
Sue Lever

10 Year Certificate of Appreciation:
Christine Thorogood

15 Year Badge:
Janet Ritchie
Gwen Boddington

25 Year Badge:
Gill Sloan
John Wilson

30 Year Long Service Medal:
Rosalie Sadler

45 Year Bar to Long Service Medal:
Joyce Davis

The total raised in the local 2018 appeal was £10,500

The coffee morning raised another £395.

New collectors are always always welcome -- please telephone 291739

Jeanne Marshall
Poppy Organiser

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