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Thompsons Veterinary Surgery Parachute Jump To Raise Money For Charity

19 years ago

7th August, 2005 00h00

Dear Friends We are a local Veterinary Practice who are always striving to improve and expand our services into the community. One way we could do this is to offer more support to the local animal charity organisations. Recently we decided to raise money to help the 'Local Guide Dogs For The Blind' and have set ourselves a very high target of 13,000 feet. Puzzled! Let me explain. On the 7th August, my colleagues and I hope to perform a parachute jump at the Langar Air Field, Nottingham. We will jump from 13,000 feet and all money that we raise will be donated to the Guide Dogs For The Blind. This charity does a fantastic job at looking after both people and their dogs. To support a single dog through it's training costs £ 5,000, and to support a working partnership for one year costs £ 3,600. Both my colleagues and I would be really grateful if you could help us to raise as much money as possible, by either sponsoring the jump or coming along to support us on the day. Many thanks for taking the time to read this. We look forward to hearing from you soon. If you would like to make a donation, contact Anke Lohnert or Tanya Parkin on: 01623 555460 Thompsons Veterinary Surgery Practice Website Guide Dogs For The Blind Website Read the follow up story here

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