When opening the photos I thought I was on the set of ‘Doctor Who’, or some post-apocalyptic dystopia of stainless steel and concrete. Then the penny dropped – it’s Ashford International Station.
Friday 15th. November was ‘Children in Need’ day, not just an excuse (if any were needed!) for adults to rush about in ‘Pudsey Bear’ outfits shaking cans. RC Ashford did just that (Thanks to local Rotarian John Hobbs, who had some large Pudsey cut-outs which his firm had produced)
They did! and the result was a terrific £1,539 from the day, plus another nearly £250 that the Kids had achieved already! A grand total of virtually £1,800 for a day’s work. Exceptional!
(Sadly the pix that RCA sent me would not ‘open’ in WordPress. They may send me some new ones). FH