Last year we asked our supporters to collect tokens from the Bristol Post to enable us with a chance to win part of a £10,000 award.
Well, it’s that time of year again and we have been lucky enough to be in with another chance to win a share of £10,000 through the Bristol Post and Airbus Community Awards.
Please help us again; all you need to do is buy a paper and collect the tokens and send them in to me at the office. They are available now in the Bristol Post papers and are printed every day until 20th March.
Last year we won £500. This year wouldn’t it be great if we won more?
Please send all your collected tokens into the office by 20th March.
Please Look out for special editions!
For anyone who is in the center of Bristol, they are giving out the paper free by the train station and by Tesco Express on Broadmead,
We would be grateful if you could pass on to your friends family and colleagues.
Thank you for supporting our charity
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