Wheels in motion for fund-raiser

PUBLISHED: 17:52 28 June 2007 | UPDATED: 21:43 29 May 2010

From left, Christine Seddon, Kelly Porter, Margaret Shaw, Jan Menell, Dick Amott and 
Rosie Juhl. Picture: SUBMITTED

From left, Christine Seddon, Kelly Porter, Margaret Shaw, Jan Menell, Dick Amott and Rosie Juhl. Picture: SUBMITTED

A PRESENTATION of £753 was made by the Rotary Club of Dunmow to Buffy Bus on Monday. The money, raised during an Auction of Promises held at Foakes Hall, Dunmow, on June 8, was presented to Buffy Bus project manager Rosie Juhl by Richard Amott the preside

A PRESENTATION of £753 was made by the Rotary Club of Dunmow to Buffy Bus on Monday.

The money, raised during an Auction of Promises held at Foakes Hall, Dunmow, on June 8, was presented to Buffy Bus project manager Rosie Juhl by Richard Amott the president of Dunmow Rotary Club.

Buffy Bus' treasurer, Margaret Shaw, said: "We are very grateful to the Rotary Club of Dunmow for this donation and all the support they've given us this year.

"Since we announced earlier this year that we were in desperate need of funds, we have been really touched at how people have rallied round to help Buffy Bus."

Mrs Shaw said Buffy Bus is now in a position to look for a fund-raiser to help them ensure the service remains available for communities, many in the Dunmow Broadcast area.

"We now need to call upon the skills and experience of a professional fund-raiser," said Mrs Shaw. "If you feel you have the knowledge and would love to drive this organisation forward to a secure financial future, we would really appreciate hearing from you."

If you feel you can raise funds contact Rosie Juhl on 01799 522130 or e-mail rose.juhl@btconnect.com


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