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AMC A for C box

Would you like a little Action for Children Home Collecting Box, to pop in small amounts of loose change during the year? These raise a significant amount of money for the charity each year. The figure for the past 12 months was £562.14, with separate donations through the Home Collecting Boxes scheme bringing our total to £832.14! If you would like to have one at home, do ask Pauline Noble.

Would you be interested in joining our small team to raise funds for this extremely worthwhile charity? It would be really good to have a few more to help us plan events. If so, do speak to: Jennie Torpey 581414 Pauline Noble 484940 or Sandie Steeden 331278

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