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£18,389
raised of £5,000 target by 717 supporters

    Weʼve raised £18,389 to support victims of the 2020 Christmas Flooding

    Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, UK
    Funded on Friday, 23rd April 2021

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    Story

    On 23 December 2020 Buckingham experienced the worst flooding in some time.

    Residents from across the town have been affected severely.

    The impact of flooding on this scale is devastating at the best of times but it's the last thing people need just before Christmas and at the end of a challenging year for everyone.

    Please give generously.

    All funds raised will provide support to residents over Christmas. Funds will be distributed at the discretion of Buckingham residents to those most in need.

    Not everyone has insurance, not everyone can afford an excess, not everyone has the capacity to deal with this level of devastation.

    Updates

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    • Dean Jones8 months ago
      Dean Jones

      Dean Jones

      8 months ago

      Thanks to you all for your amazing generosity £18000!!! 👇CLAIM FORM LINK👇 https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx... (if the link doesn't work for you, I can email it to you. drop me a message. dean.jones@buckingham.ac.uk) Please share. Thank you to Buckingham Town Council (and individual Councillors from our councils and to residents for their support) for agreeing to the holding of these funds and thanks to residents impacted, for their patience whilst I awaited this important decision.

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    • Dean Jones9 months ago
      Dean Jones

      Dean Jones

      9 months ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Seventeen Thousand Pounds £17,000 £17k 17000 pound coins 1700000 pennies K-I-£-N-1-D-7-N-0-E-0-S-0-S

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    • Dean Jones9 months ago
      Dean Jones

      Dean Jones

      9 months ago

      Dear donors, We have reached that point in any fundraising campaign where people begin to forget about the devastation or have started thinking about other things. A simple share or message asking others to give will make a huge difference. If we can get to £20k, we can pay for everyone to have the right flood defences in the future and cover the costs of damage, repair, insurance excess, accommodation expense etc. On behalf of all those impacted by the recent flooding, thank you all so much for your generosity and best wishes for 2021. Dean

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    9 months ago

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    Page last updated on: 2/7/2021 13.41

    Supporters

    717

    • Irénke and Peter Burnett

      Irénke and Peter Burnett

      Feb 7, 2021

      £100.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Feb 7, 2021

      Hope this helps

      £40.00

    • Richard Roach

      Richard Roach

      Jan 31, 2021

      Amazing work Dean.

      £99.00

    • Sue

      Sue

      Jan 26, 2021

      £30.00

    • Gawcott resident

      Gawcott resident

      Jan 16, 2021

      Thank you Dean Jones for creating this response and thanks to Buckingham Town Council for helping him. Thanks also for helping the smaller nearby affected communities.

    • Rosemary Galli

      Rosemary Galli

      Jan 13, 2021

    • Kevin Price

      Kevin Price

      Jan 12, 2021

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