Scottish Charity Number: SCO36069

30th December 2008

Christmas fundraising round up

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Rachael Ormrod, who has recently been out on a very successful trip to Otjikondo volunteering for six weeks, decided to give us a donation of £112 at Christmas time in lieu of sending cards and even better a Mrs Lancely was so impressed with Rachaels idea that she sent one for £200!!! Thank you both very much.

And while on the Christmas theme, our near neighbours Hugh and Marion Shaw donated £100 instead of sending people a present. Dont know how well that went down with friends and relations but we at HFT are most appreciative!

Nan and Paddy Robertson, Alan and Caroline Crews, Dorothy and Hartley Noble and Tony and Sue Moore all very kindly sent donations at Christmas time and Isobel Jackson who has been a great supporter over several years since she read Hazels book A Gap in the Life donated £400 and dropped in to see us in the Autumn which was really nice to put a face to a name.

The East Lothian annual Xmas football match was held again this year under the captaincy of David Shaw Stewart and Leonard Harper Gow and raised the magnificent total of £790 which they have very kindly donated to HFT again for the third year in succession.

Bron, Coll (Hazels Durham flat mates) and Andy Howath held a tennis match in January it must have been freezing!) and raised £45 for the Trust. Thanks guys.

Ben Newman came up to see us in December and got roped in again to go beating at West Morrison with Joan and so gave their £60 beating money to HFT.

Greenlawdean shoot had a fine system for shooting hens on their end of season Cocks Day which raised £55 for the Trust.

And Mike Thomson, who bought the day we donated to the auction at last years Cielidh, very kindly donated the keepers tip collection at the end of the day of £185 to Hazels Footprints Trust.

And finally still on the shooting theme Edward Martin Sealpin Kennels wouldnt take anything for a recent training session of a certain Kondo, Cocker Spaniel belonging to a certain Mrs Scott Aiton and asked instead for a donation of £50 to HFT.

Sue and Sean Danagher gave £110 for stabling their horses at Legerwood whilst on their way down South with their daughter Merial to compete at the National Pony Club Championships.

Thanks to you all for your great kindness. It never ceases to amaze us how generous folk are and how it keeps rolling in which is needed more than ever with the way investments are performing!

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