The Helping Hand Community Trust were delighted to launch Brummie Bull in November 2019 in partnership with Andrew Wood – Herefordshire Reuse & Recycling Group, Lynne Stokes and the Eco Club from St Mary’s Primary School.
Brummie was proudly made by Helping Hand Rotherwas colleagues as our sponsored Community Trust project.
- Brummie is very special he is built to collect funds for the Hereford Royal British Legion and Hereford SAS branch.
- The name Brummie was chosen to honour Herefordshire SAS legend and 22 regiment member – Brummie Stokes.
- School children across Herefordshire made recycled poppies (from the end of plastic bottles and old uniforms) to pin onto Brummie as part of his official campaign tour.
- The Helping Hand Company want to thank those who gave so much for us to have what we have today and generations forward.
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For further information on this innovative project and The Helping Hand Community Trust, please contact Lindsay Richmond-Kearns, Communities Manager on 01531 635678.