Purple for Polio 24th October 2021

We were in the marketplace on 23rd October raising funds for End Polio Now.

Couldn't make it to our stall yesterday? It's not too late to support us!! Let's rid the world of Polio.

£5 will purchase 75 vaccines, thanks to a two for one offer from Bill Gates.

Simply text POLIO to 70460 to donate £5.

Texts will cost the donation amount plus one standard network rate message. We do not remember or keep your phone number.



Many thanks to the team who helped us in the marketplace on Saturday:- Tony Axelrod, Katie Barke, Anne Richardson, Barb Warwick, Julie Morris, Dave Ayres, Jackie Reynolds, Jim Munns and Maria Anstiss.

Sorry that Ronnie and Bob Frisby couldn't make it through sickness.  Especially as Ronnie had arranged the event and bought special purple clothing for it.

10 people was just about enough to get us through the day and the weather was kind to us.

We met lots of lovely people, gained a possible recruit and so we went home happy.

We now know a lot more about meat as we were positioned opposite the master butcher and he had a PA system!



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