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Free camo jacket & shirt

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by JD, Mar 22, 2014.

  1. JD

    JD Donator

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    For thoughs in need of a camo jacket & zip up shirt. Size medium for both items.

    Not to be sold on or taken for profit.

    All I ask, is you make a donation to a cancer charity, if a pound is all you can afford, a pound it is,

    But if money is an issue, have a dig around the house and donate a household item if possible,

    to a charity shop, thats all I ask.

    To give a few members a chance of receiving said items, post up that you would like the camo's,

    and I will pull out of a hat, from the people's names that have posted up on this thread,,

    1 person that will get the clothing.

    At 9pm tomorrow evening.
     
  2. JD

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    Not 1 taker as yet ?
     
  3. Fizzle007

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    What a generous gesture! throw my name in the hat then please mate, the Mrs put mine in the shed and it got eaten by mice. Bit ironic I know lol
     
  4. stevemandm

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    great gesture mate. my 'medium' days are long gone, but would fit my lad, mattyts, so please put his name in the hat (thats if no one has any objections, with him being a junior member).
    thanks
     
  5. Jfrwhite

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    I really doubt anyone would object, I don't think it matters that he's a junior member. Besides, I like a bit of competition - stick my name in the hat please :)
     
  6. JD

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    And the name out of the hat was,

    Jfrwhite.

    Pm me your details mate and I will get the jacket and shirt in the post to you. ; )
     
  7. Tripleteer

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    Generous offer JD, Consider my name in the hat please, atb Paul.
     
  8. Jfrwhite

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    Thanks JD, I have sent you my address. I have donated on your behalf to Cancer Care via my own just giving page as my daughter and I are doing a cycle ride in a few weeks. As per PM if you want me to donate to a specific charity, let me know!
    Sorry to hijack the thread a little but if anyone else fancies sponsoring us then follow the link https://www.justgiving.com/Jonathan...campaign=fundraisingpage-donation-alert-email
    I have already had several very generous donations from forum members so thanks again to anyone that has already donated and to anyone else that does so :)
     

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