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Give A Child HEALTH.

THIS week we have received an anonymous donation of pounds 100.

Elizabeth Hill-Jones sends pounds 50 "in memory of my father, David Thomas Jones, November 21, 1984" and a further pounds 50 comes "with loving memories of my dear husband Jim Shen-ton, our daughter Diane and grandson Andrew Gray, with all my love from your loving wife Lily".

A gift of pounds 50 also comes "in memory of my beloved mum, dad and brothers Jim, Reg and Jack, killed in the blitz November 19, 1940. Loved and remembered always by Dolly".

pounds 30

A GIFT of pounds 30 comes "with birthday memories of Betty Cooper, November 23, remembered with love by husband Fred".

Dorothy and Clifton Hughes send pounds 25 "in loving memory of Antony Hughes, November 18, 1998. Without you there is no perfect day. From mum, dad and all the family".

pounds 20

MARGARET Pratt and family send pounds 20 "in memory of our mum's birthday, November 14, always in our thoughts".

A gift of pounds 15 comes "in loving memory of my mother Jeannie Dixon, November 17, 1966, and father George Dixon, March 4, 1971, from daughter Audrey".

A donation of pounds 10 comes "in memory of our precious mum, Annie Preece, November 24, 1986, and our dear dad, brother Derek and sisters Den-ise and Mavis. Deeply loved and missed by all the family".

A further pounds 10 comes "in memory of my darling mum, pal of my cradle days. Love and miss you always, June".

A gift of pounds 6 comes "in memory of H&FJ and VP" and Eyes Down sends the regular pounds 4.

Please note that we no longer accept stamps for the fund.

Week's Total pounds 370

Overall Total pounds 21,874.63



Mr B Vincent, Rugby' Mrs C D Jakeman, Redditch' Mrs M J Brittan, Wednesbury' Mrs B Edwards, Coseley' Mrs S Parker, Kidderminster' Mrs E Woodcock, Sutton Coldfield' K C Fitzgerald, Minworth' Mrs M Coleman, Solihull' Mrs Olive Wells, Acocks Green' Jacky Spragg, Wombourne.


The winners, who each receive two tickets to see X Factor Live at the NEC, are: Mrs L Wilson, Coalpool' Martyn Godfrey, Rubery' Celeste Coles, Hall Green' Susan Biggs, Birmingham' Jackie Brown, Tyse-


Our top prize winner, who receives a set of figurines and the new CD, is Mrs O Baker of Stirchley. Runners-up, who each receive the album, are Ms K C Fitzgerald, Minworth' Denise Anderson, Billesley' V Mifsud, Erdington' Mrs P J Cullen, Warley.


Jane Clark, Solihull' J. Aiken, Quinton' Lexie Amies, Ather-stone' Claire Bryant, Erdington' Charlotte Liversly, Solihull.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Nov 19, 2006
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