Could I, through your paper, advise readers that if they have received gift cards for leading stores that they only have a certain lifespan – in other words they will expire and you will lose any value on them.
As a small charity, we at Children Today are incredibly proud of the work we do as we help young people with disabilities enjoy activities or a lifestyle that other people take for granted through the funding for equipment we provide.
With reference to the Herald’s headline on May 18, 2006 (‘Farmers tip at airport for free’), we will have to hope that our present council officials can do a better job dealing with the huge rise in flytipping since the amenity tips in the area introduced charges for some items and reduced opening times.
I was delighted to read in the Herald (March 9, and online) that Zoe Bates, owner, and Alan Fry, office manager, of the Valerie Manor Residential Care Home and Nursing Home in Upper Beeding, have married.
As the Friends of Southlands hospital start to pack away the shop and tea bar after being in its present position for many years, I would like to say a huge thank-you to all the volunteers that have manned the service and given so much for the benefit of others.
As one of the UK’s largest homelessness charities, we want to thank your readers for their involvement and helping raise £18,500 so far for people who are homeless by simply putting on their favourite hat, making a donation and helping change someone’s life.
I was shocked to read in last week’s Herald (March 2) that it was necessary to change the approach of how assailants are dealt with when a police officer has been attacked, as opposed to a member of the public.