Charlie's Angels have many helpers
SIR – Further to the piece that was in your paper last week, For Charlie s Angels it s mission accomplished , about all the fundraising Charlie s Angels has done. We would like to let everyone know that the actual figure raised was nearer �5,000 at �4818
SIR - Further to the piece that was in your paper last week, 'For Charlie's Angels it's mission accomplished', about all the fundraising Charlie's Angels has done.
We would like to let everyone know that the actual figure raised was nearer �5,000 at �4818.70.
To add to the piece, while the four of us were the Angels, there were many more people involved in events that we did.
The car wash was arranged by green watch from WGC fire station and we'd like to thank them.
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Also we'd like to thank the following for all their help; WGC Scooter Club who organised a charity night, the paramedics football team, local rainbows, brownies and guides, QE2 Social Club, Arsenal, Mill Green Golf Club, Pampered Chef and all the local shops, restaurants and business that donated raffle prizes.
Also and huge thanks goes to all our friends who helped at the car park, car wash and charity evening; without their help the days would not have been as successful as they were.
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This was a real community effort despite the report in the paper saying it was done by us four mums; without everyone supporting us we would not have done this well.
It was mentioned in the paper that Charlie's Angels organised a bike ride, this was in fact run by Charlie's dad and his friend.
Charlie's Angels will be rounding everything up now and would like to once again thank all their friends and families for everything they have done.
The Commons, WGC.