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WAR VETERANS DO THEIR BIT TO SUPPORT DISABLED CHILDREN IN STAFFORDSHIRE

Members of the Staffordshire branch of the British Korean Veterans Association have been buffing up their medals and stepping out in style to collect charitable donations on behalf of county-based Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children.

The small but indomitable band of old soldiers, led by Mr John Powner, has raised more than £1,900 for the charity over the past ten months, most recently with a collection at Sainsbury’s in Stafford which realised £310.23.

Mr Powner said: “I have a small team of people who are happy to support such a worthwhile local charity. Our next collections will be at Stafford Guildhall on Friday 30 November and Saturday 1 December and Sainsbury’s in Cannock the following day, Sunday 2 December.”

Funds collected by the war veterans has helped provide essential disability equipment for children in Staffordshire.

Pictured: members of the Staffordshire branch of the British Korean Veterans Association, who have been busy fundraising for Newlife.

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