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An Awards Ceremony was conducted last week to recognise the efforts of local folk who have done sterling work as collectors for the Annual Poppy Appeal.

Awards were presented by Alison Countess of Buckinghamshire to the following individuals:

5 Year Certificate of Appreciation:
Mike Webley

10 Year Certificate of Appreciation:
Jean Robinson
Tony Robinson
Shirley Fable

20 Year Brooch:
Suzy Barron

25 Year Merit Award:
Marjorie Johnston
Graham Green

Corporate Certificates:
Blooming Fruity
Haddenham Cottage Bakery

Also present at the ceremony was Steve Kingsford, County Fund Raiser, Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

The total raised in the local 2017 appeal was £ 416.

New collectors are always always welcome — please telephone 291739

Jeanne Marshall
Poppy Organiser

(Haddenham & Aston Sandford)

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