The Helping Hand Community Trust were delighted to launch Brummie Bull on Friday 25th October in partnership with Andrew Wood – Herefordshire Community Recycling Raising Money for Local Charities, Lynne Stokes and the Eco Club from St Mary’s Primary School.
Brummie was proudly made by Helping Hand Rotherwas colleagues – Mark Bishop, John Anderson and Gareth Hughes as our sponsored Community Trust October 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 will make 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 encourage as many as possible of all ages to make poppies – to thank those who gave so much for us to have what we have today and generations forward.
Brummie will be making a guest appearance at several Herefordshire locations this Autumn including:
- Hereford Railway Station on Tuesday 29th October 10am
- Boulder Barn, HR1 1JS on Friday 1st November all day
- High Town, Hereford on Saturday 2nd November all day
- Weston Under Penyard on Thursday 7th November 12 noon
- Bromyard High Street on Friday 8th November 9am
- High Town, Hereford on Sunday 10th November for Remembrance Day Parade
- Old Market, Hereford on Saturday 30th November 9am
You can also follow the latest campaign updates on Facebook, LIKE Herefordshire Community Recycling Raising Money for Local Charities and LitterpickersUK
For further information on this innovative project and The Helping Hand Community Trust, please contact Lindsay Richmond-Kearns, Communities Manager on 01531 635678.