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Thursday, 7 March 2013

Recognition for young fund raisers


Police & Crime Commissioner John Dwyer, who is also President of the Royal British Legion, Nantwich branch presented young cadets with recognition awards for their efforts in fundraising for the RBL poppy appeal.

The fire cadet who collected the most money was Joe Young (pictured with John Dwyer). The Air Training Corps winner was Cadet Charlotte Vernon and the Army Cadet Force winner was Corporal  Eleanor Walker.

The cadets help with filling the poppy boxes and they collected on Nantwich Town square, Bridgemere Garden Centre and at Nantwich Town Football Club.

The overall total of the Poppy Appeal so far in the Nantwich branch for this year is over £31,000 pounds.

John Dwyer said, as Police & Crime Commissioner I hear many views about young people and this clearly shows that not all young people are bad. These young cadets are prepared to give up their free time for good causes and what a worthwhile cause it is to collect donations for fallen forces past and present. I commend the efforts of these youngsters and was proud to visit them and present their awards."

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