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Weʼre raising £250 to Poppy Scotland Charity

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They provide support for current and former members of the Armed Forces as well as their families. This support, in recognition of their sacrifices and service, is holistic and bespoke.

They have helped countless men, women and families with issues linked to their time in the Armed Forces or with struggles adjusting from military to civilian life. They even help with needs that have arisen long after someone has left the Armed Forces. Whenever, wherever support is needed, They are there.

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    Page last updated on: 7/16/2022 09.10

    Supporters

    15

    • Dan Punter

      Dan Punter

      Jul 16, 2022

      £5.00

    • Gemma Faulks

      Gemma Faulks

      Jul 16, 2022

      £10.00

    • Yogesh Rai

      Yogesh Rai

      Jul 15, 2022

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      £10.00

    • Alexander Kinivuai

      Alexander Kinivuai

      Jul 15, 2022

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 15, 2022

      £10.00

    • Rocky

      Rocky

      Jul 15, 2022

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 14, 2022

      £5.00

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    Scottish Gunners

    Scottish Gunners

    Wiltshire

    19th Regiment Royal Artillery (The Scottish Gunners) are trying to raise money to support the Poppy Scotland Charity by entering 4 service personnel to run the 4 x 100m reply at the Highland games on 16th July.

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