“With a little help from our friends”
A big thank you to all our fundraising heroes! Here are just some of them…
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Burton Fire station raised £1000 and fundraisers Brett Waring and Claire Astbury presented the cheque to staff at Tatenhill Airbase.
Boundary Mills store in Walsall chose MAA as charity of choice for 2011/ 2012 and presented a whopping £6,122.89!
Fire crew, Chief Fire Officer Paul Raymond and watch manager Tony Peck presented £400 from Prees fire service.
Peter Lander raised £417 after a sponsored haircut and beard shave at ‘Our Plaice’ fish and chip shop!
Jacqueline Parry and her church group organised a Jubilee Big Lunch and raised £186.85
Hednesford Bingo club raised £220 by holding a Jubilee raffle.
Fitness instructor Nikki Witty and friends organised a ladies pamper day and raised £380.
Chris and Trish Bryan visited the Strensham Airbase after raising money for 18 years through collection tins and various fundraising at their hardware shop.
St James Harvington Hand Bell Ringers have raised £10,500 since 2006!
Seven year old William Hemsley raised a fantastic £443.50 completing a sponsored litter pick in his home town.
Alan Perrins raised £805 shaving off 24 inches of hair!
Wolverhampton Orpheus Male Voice Choir raised over £2000 when they performed a diamond Jubilee concert.
Knowle Male Choir raised £2400 by performing a summer charity concert.
Kidderminster Harriers FC donated £330 raised from a raffle after footballer Anthony Malbon was airlifted during a home game earlier in the season.
Banbury Motor cross club raised £4000 by taking part in The Western Beach Race.
Loton Park organised a motoring festival and raised over £1000!
Terry murphy and members of the Crossroad Charity presented a cheque for £5000 raised from their annual sponsored walk and other fundraising events.
The Birch Pole Singers raised £1200 from a Jubilee concert.
Abigail Cunningham and Callum Brayshaw both 13, raised £2000 by completing the Three Peaks challenge. Shrewsbury Amateur Operatic Society raised £1318.50
Line dancing group, Dancers and Ravers raised a whopping £10,500 this year, totalling £26,000 for MAA in three years.
Singing teacher Lauren Craner raised £656 by showcasing a charity concert with her pupils. Simone Kavanagh raised £2500 completing the London Marathon. The Three Horse Shoes pub, Barton under Needwood raised £1831.
Lisa Jamieson from Bentham Beauty presented aircrew for £1600 from hosting a garden party ball.
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