Poppy face coverings raise £140 for Heywood Veterans Association
Date published: 13 February 2021
Mike Goldrick Blinds & Curtains presented a cheque to Heywood Veterans Association
Mike Goldrick Blinds & Curtains has donated £140 to the Heywood Veterans Association.
The funds were raised from the sale of poppy face coverings last November and a cheque was collected by the Heywood Veterans’ Association on Monday 8 February.
Mr Goldrick said: “Thank you to everyone who bought our poppy face coverings last November, as we’ve donated £140 to the Heywood Veterans Association from the sales.
“Thanks to Chris and the lads from the HVA for coming down in the snow and freezing temperatures to collect the cheque.”
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