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Tuffins hands out £37,000 windfall

 
Created on 19/02/2011 @ 08:30
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Local organisations are set for a £37,000 windfall thanks to Tuffins Supermarkets.
 
 It’s that time again when representatives from across a broad spectrum of local community organisations will gather at Tuffins supermarkets in Churchstoke, Ludlow, Knighton, Craven Arms and Cleobury Mortimer, to receive donations from the £37K raised at the 2010 Tuffins Charity Funday.
 
Over 130 local community groups,  will receive monies at local Tuffins Stores throughout the first week in March. Hope House, Childrens hospices in Oswestry and Ty Gobaith,Conwy, will be presented with £4000 over 10% of the fund.
 
Richard Whittall, Operations Director of Harry Tuffins said “As an independent retailer we are always working hard to make a valuable contribution to our communities. Annually our charity Fun Day raises thousands of pounds for local community groups and charities.
 
"In 2010 we raised the stakes again and saw the best ever attendance with a staggering £37K raised as a final total. The money raised would not be possible without the generosity of our customers, suppliers, visitors and exhibitors”
 
Store managers along with Ruby and Roy Delves, Daughter and son in law of Harry Tuffin, will be presenting the cheques. 
 
Ruby, joint chairperson for Tuffins said, “It is a privilege to be able to continue to support our local communities in this way. I’m very proud that the business that my dad founded is able to provide our local communities with assistance for much needed funding; there are so many volunteers who work tirelessly to keep some of these groups running. We hope to be able to raise as much if not more monies at funday 2011 with the continued support from our staff, our customers and our suppliers”
 
Preparations for the 2011 funday, the 17th consecutive year, are in full swing with the charity event being held on Sunday August 7th at the site of Harry Tuffins country park, Churchstoke.
 
Any organisation/local charity in the communities surrounding the stores can apply for a grant from the Making Difference Locally fund and the forthcoming 2011 Charity Funday. To apply, please speak to your local store manager (details of stores and contact numbers can be found on our website at www.harrytuffin.co.uk 
 
Picture: Tuffins Team with the £37K cheque, left to right Mark Williams General Manager, Val Tudor Supervisor, Vera Jones Supervisor, Louise Davies Buyer & Vince Sage, Store Manager at Churchstoke Tuffins.
  
Charities and organizations benefitting from Funday 2010 are: Age Concern Ludlow, Arddleen CP school PTA, Beguildy School, Berriew Community Primary School, Birch Hill Dog Rescue Cleobury, Bishops Hooper Primary School, Bishops Castle Community Hospital, Bishops Castle Primary School, Bleddfa & Monaughty community Defibrillator Fund, British Red Cross Knighton, Brynllywarch Special School Kerry, Bucknell CE School, Cancer Research,Chirbury Bowling Club, Chirbury CE School, Chirbury Celtic Football Club, Chirbury Church, Chirbury Under 5’s Busy Bees pre school, Churchstoke Bowling Club, Churchstoke Brownies, Churchstoke CP School friends of, Churchstoke Church, Churchstoke Guides,Churchstoke over 60’s, Churchstoke Playgroup, Churchstoke/Hyssington Friends of Guiding, Cleobury Mortimer parish Hall, Cleobury Mortimer Primary School, Clunbury CE Primary School, Clunbury Under 5s, Clungunford Village Choir, Coffee Craft Churchstoke, Corndon Amateur Dramatic Society, Corvedale Playgroup & Pre school, Corvedaale Primary School, Craven Arms Bowling Club, Craven Arms Pre- school, Cystic Fibrosis Childrens Holiday Appeal, Dial a ride Bishops Castle, Dial a ride Newtown, Downton on the Rock Church, Forden Friendly Society, Forden Primary School, Friends of Cedewain School, Friends of Dolau School, Friends of Four Rivers Nursing Home Ludlow, Friends of St Marys Church New Radnor, Friends of Wigmore Primary School, Guilsfield CP School, Hereford Breast Cancer Haven, Hope CE School, Hope House Childrens Hospices, Hope Playgroup, Hopton Castle Preservation Trust, Hyssington Village Institute, Kerry Playgroup, Kerry Primary School, Knighton & District Tourism Group, Knighton Friends of the Samaritans, Knighton Methodist Chapel, Knighton Primary School, Knighton Silver Band, Knighton Town Football club, Knighton Under 5s, Lacon childe PTA cleobury Mortimer, Leintwardine Fire Brigade, & first responders,Leukaemia Research Fund, Ludlow Football club, Ludlow Infant School, Ludlow Junior School, Ludlow Scout Group, Ludlow Youth Center, Macmillan cancer Support, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Marton and District youth Club, Marton Village Hall, Middle Marches Lions Club(craven arms), Montgomery Cricket Club, Montgomery Primary School, Montgomeryshire Emergency Doctors, Montgomeryshire Family Crisis center, Newcastle CE Primary School (near Clun)Norbury Primary School PTA (NR Bishops Castle) Norton Church, Old Bell Museum Montgomery, Onny Primary school, Pontesbury Deanery, Presteigne Primary school, RN Lifeboat Institute, Sarn Age Concern Group, Sarn Bowling Club, Sarn Church (Sarn PCC), Scrappies Church Stretton, St Edward’s Church Knighton, St Geroge’s CE Primary School Clun, St Johns church, Bishops Castle, St Laurence CE Primary School Ludlow, St Marks Church Marton, St Marys Catholic Primary school Newtown, St Michaels Parish Church Forden, St Peters Church More, Stokesay Primary School, Whitton School, Wistanstow CE Primary School, Wistanstow Over 60’s, Worthen Pre- School, Ysgol Maesyrhandir School, St Cynllo’s Church, Llanbister, Institute of Rural Health, Farlow Cof E school Cleobury Mortimer, Teme Spirits Entertainment Society Knighton, Clungunford Bowling club, Parkinsons UK Montgomeryshire Branch, Bishop Castle & Clun First Responders, John Beddoes School, Forden & Churchstoke retired persons Bowls club, Princes’s trust charity – West Midlands Region, Knighton & District Twinning Association, Mothers Union Away from it all scheme, Combat Stress Newport, Mencap- Gateway Club South Shropshire, Churchstoke Youth Activity Trailer/drop in service, Llangunllo Village Hall, Onny Junior Football Club, Norbury Playgroup, Snead Church, Wentnor Church, Norbury Church, Radnor Valley Playgroup, Ratlinghope Church, Worthen & Brockton bowling Club,
Harry Tuffins is a family owned independent supermarket chain now with 10 stores, 8 with adjacent Texaco Petrol
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