QD hands over cheque to children of Armed Forces dead

Staff at East Anglian-based QD Stores have raised funds totalling £500 to help a local charity dedicated to supporting the children of men and women killed whilst serving in the British Armed Forces. L-R Nikki Scott with Kai Scott 7, and Paul Lemmon, store development group manager.

Staff at East Anglian-based QD Stores have raised funds totalling £500 to help a local charity dedicated to supporting the children of men and women killed whilst serving in the British Armed Forces. L-R Nikki Scott with Kai Scott 7, and Paul Lemmon, store development group manager.

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BUDGET retailer QD has donated £500 to supporting children of soldiers killed whilst serving in the British Armed Forces from its Wisbech store.

Store development manager Paul Lemmon handed over a cheque from the store’s fundraising efforts to a local charity supporting young people of men and women killed in action.


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