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Fundraising stories

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Here are some of our latest fundraising stars:

• Staff and pupils of Meadowfield Primary School, Leeds, held a Dress-Down Day and raised a fantastic £112.65 to help endangered species.

• Author and artist Wendy Nicholson has donated proceeds of her Christmas card sales to dormouse conservation, following on from her previous years’ support for red squirrels.

• At Brookmead School, Leighton Buzzard, Year 4/5 pupils, raised £155.89 for PTES which was generously topped up by £15 by their PTA.

• Elsewhere in Leighton Buzzard, St George’s Lower School donated £59.50 towards our House a Dormouse campaign.

• Weybridge Pet Centre collected £15.50 from their customers in their donation box.

• Jean Slater held a car boot sale (in chilly November!) which netted us a marvellous £150.

• Ann-Marie Ison has also been busy selling her limited edition lino prints and donated £287.50 from the proceeds. (Pictured right)

We received a whopping £518 from all those who sponsored Steve Clarke to run the Robin Hood Half Marathon

• Nova from Bonnybridge gallantly asked for donations via JustGiving instead of gifts for her second birthday totalling £25.

• Our Egham pop-up shop has taken a massive £62,000 to date which is all thanks to the amazing staff, volunteers, customers and donors.

Hippychick kindly donated £1 to dormouse conservation for every mouse Wheelybug ride-on toy they sold for Christmas 2016 which amounted to almost £1,000!

From The Notebook has sold 267 cases of Hedgehog and Water Vole Ale resulting in a £320. 40 royalty payment.

Creature Candy has given £115.06 raised by selling her hedgehog and dormouse products.

• Six-year-old Archie Allen has held a sponsored draw-athon and raised a brilliant £103.50 for his efforts.

Well done everyone!

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