Sidmouth store to become charity partner and more news
Colleagues at Sidmouth’s Original Factory Shop aim to make a difference to one local charity in 2012 by becoming its charity partner. Read this and more.
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CHARITY NOMINATION: Colleagues at Sidmouth’s Original Factory Shop aim to make a difference to one local charity in 2012 by becoming its charity partner.
Manager, Teresa Stoodley, is seeking nominations and in-store forms should be completed by Monday, December 5.
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She said: “We’ve decided to support just one local cause in 2012 so that we can really make a big difference to them. We’re asking for nominations from anyone in Sidmouth who needs a helping hand, whether it’s a mothers and toddlers group, a local children’s football team or a support group of whatever kind.”
Activities will be organised by staff, who hope to raise a minimum of �500 for the chosen charity.
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