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Nick Murphy

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Weʼre raising £2,000 to help the Nottinghamshire Hospice and East Bridgford Village causes.

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The Nottinghamshire Hospice is a wonderful cause, and we are pleased to have donated nearly £2,000 to date. They do so much good, helping so many people.

Our village thriving village community has many projects on the go. Recipients to date have included the local school and the biodiversity group. We have also made contributions towards local planting.

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    Page last updated on: 7/22/2021 08.06

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    7

    • Judy Fishel

      Judy Fishel

      Jul 22, 2021

      Thank you Carl Roberts for the commission and donation - very much appreciated

      £30.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 14, 2021

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      Jul 12, 2021

      £20.00

    • Steve Crawford

      Steve Crawford

      Jul 11, 2021

      Profits from plant sales. Thank you to everyone who bought plants today.

      £127.00

    • Christopher and Sarah Henwood

      Christopher and Sarah Henwood

      Jul 11, 2021

      Great initiative!

      £20.00

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      Jul 11, 2021

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      Jul 5, 2021

      £10.00

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    Nick Murphy

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    East Bridgford

    This will be the third East Bridgford Open Gardens event. We shall be showcasing 19 gardens, our local woods and a Bee Farm. We will be charging £5 admission to the event, but hope that those visiting on-line will consider donating here.

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