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The team raising money for the St Agatha's "Save Our Bells" campaign hope to have it selected as one of Waitrose's Community Matters good causes. There is a long waiting list, but the greater the number of individual nominations received, the better the chance of success.

If you visit Waitrose in the near future they would be grateful if you could complete an application form, available at the Community Matters boxes in the store, to nominate the Bells Appeal and hand it in at the Welcome Desk. Tony Lascelles is happy for his name to be put on the form as the contact.

For more details on the Third Brightwell-cum-Sotwell Safari Supper on October 17th, planned as a fund-raiser for the bells, click here files/safari_supper_flyer-_2015.doc

Hear David Greasby and bell captain tower Roy Thorpe explain why we urgently need to raise 45,000 to save our bells.

Learn more about the appeal at      

You can download a donation/sponsorship form here        

You can also download a sponsorship form for Derek Nightingale's Organ Marathon here                                                

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