Lympstone garden centre hands over money to Help for Heroes
A CHARITABLE businessman has handed over �1000 to Help for Heroes.
Richard King, owner of King’s Garden Centre, in Higher Hulham Road, Lympstone, presented a cheque to David Gammell and Clare Hutton from the charity.
The money was raised after �1 from every Christmas tree was donated to the good cause formed to help those who have been wounded in Britain’s current conflicts.
Isabella Ferrazzano, who was recently named Miss Teen Devon Galaxy and has been appointed as a mascot to Help for Heroes, attended the presentation in her first public appearance in the role.
Richard King, owner of King’s Garden Centre in Lympstone, said: “We’ve supported Help for Heroes for the last two years.
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“The armed forces do a fantastic job. The more we can support them the better.”
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