Just 10 days to bid for Herald’s Campaign 2011
Sid Valley organisations invited to seek paper’s backing for Campaign 2011
CHRISTMAS festivities are over and the New Year is almost here.
It is now time to seriously consider who you would like to nominate for the Sidmouth Herald’s CAMPAIGN 2011.
Following the huge success of its first such campaign in 2010 for Sidmouth Living With Cancer’s bid to get a mini bus to help transport its members and help others in the community, we want to help another Sid Valley charity raise funds for its project.
Local organisations and charities are invited to submit their nomination to the Herald, explaining how much they want to raise during 2011 and what for.
Whichever cause is chosen will get this newspaper’s help for the year, giving publicity to its fundraising events and updating readers on how the campaign is going.
The cause should be relevant to the community and benefit as many as possible. It must also be achievable in a year.
- 1 Plans for new town - and THOUSANDS of new homes - in East Devon revealed
- 2 Chiefs' rebranding dignifies the club and city
- 3 The show must go on as theatre group takes to the stage
- 4 Ottery family lights up home in memory of mum
- 5 Dates for Santa's sleigh tour of Sidmouth, Sidford and Newton Poppleford
- 6 Grants for energy efficiency improvements available for residents
- 7 Two-years-missing cat back home after turning up in Sidmouth
- 8 Ottery woman's home 'cuckooed' by County Lines drug gang
- 9 Plans for quarry at Ottery St Mary REFUSED
- 10 Four great attractions to visit prior to Christmas
Send nominations to CAMPAIGN 2011, Sidmouth Herald, Archant South West, Fair Oak Close, Exeter Airport Business Park, Clyst Honiton, Exeter, EX5 2UL, by Monday, January 10.
A decision will be made by the end of January.