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Home Hardware raises £1,600 for charities

Published: 28 November 2017 - Kiran Grewal
 

Members, suppliers and staff at Home Hardware’s recent Convention held at The Woolacombe Bay Hotel raised £1,600 for charities.

£300 was raised for Children in Need in a very successful draw held on the appeal day.

£1,300 was also raised for Guide Dogs in the Draw at the Gala Dinner on the Saturday evening.

Home Hardware would like to sincerely thank all its suppliers, members and staff who gave so generously to these very worthy charities.

Source: Home Hardware

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