In the recent birthday honours list our very own Frances Seth of Preston Branch and Shop was awarded a British Empire Medal for her charltable work as a volunteer with Save the Children.
Congratulations everyone on a fantastic total.
Images from event viewable here
As part of their annual Save the Children Week fundraising Preston branch held a luncheon on 27 April.
The event was held at the very friendly Sparling Restaurant in Barton near Preston and was an outstanding success raising £1,310. Continue reading Lunch at The Sparling in Barton with Preston Branch
Eglantyne Jebb, founder of Save the Children was one of 6 humanitarians honored in a special stamp publication on 15 March 2016. Continue reading Founder of Save the Children honoured on new stamp
We hope you all have a joyful and happy Easter.
Being a Nestlé free zone we would like to disuade you from buying Nestlé eggs but why not go to the next step and buy a Fairtrade Egg, there is much more choice than you think.
Please watch this excellent video by Fairtrade Schools on where cocoa beans come from and why Fairtrade is so important then view a selection of Fairtrade eggs
On Friday 8 January Frances Seth of the Preston branch of Save the Children collected £5,949 from the students at the Tauheedul Islam Girls’ High School and Sixth Form College in Blackburn. Continue reading £5,949 raised for Syrian Crisis Appeal
Well done to all the volunteers and customers at Preston Save the Children shop who made nearly £6,000 in just one week in the run up to Christmas.
Preston Shop, on Sharoe Green Lane, Fulwood, Preston, held a Ladies Evening at The Club, Victoria Rd, Fulwood with mince pies and mulled wine. Continue reading Preston Save the Children Shop raises £2,000 at Ladies Night
On 17th November Preston Branch held a Clarins Evening supported by the Boots at Deepdale Clarins team in the Invincibles Lounge at Preston North End Football club. Continue reading Clarins Evening with Preston Branch raises nearly £1,100