Regiment says thanks to supporters for help

Under 2010's | By | On August 25, 2012


ROYAL Regiment of Fusiliers chiefs have “saluted” six sterling supporters.

Two companies and four voluntary groups which have raised money or provided goods for soldiers’ “comforts” have been presented with certificates to mark their gestures. The handover of the certificates, signed by Colonel Brian Gorski, colonel of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (Lancashire), took place at the Fusilier Museum in Moss Street, Bury.

Recipients were Peel Lions, Bury Lions, Tottington High School, Regency Care Home, based in Whitefield, Radcliffe Rotary Club and Barclays Bank Manchester.

Regiment says thanks to supporters for helpRegiment says thanks to supporters for help

The rotary and lions clubs had given cash donations while the other organisations had helped in collecting and supplying goods for soldiers serving overseas. Barclays Bank provided items worth £3,000.

Lieutenant Colonel Mike Glover, regimental secretary Lancashire for the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, said: “The framed certificates were to say thank you from the regiment to these people for everything they have done.”

Earning their stripes: Pictured at the presentation are, from back, from left, Hedley Hill of Radcliffe Rotary Club, Jacqui Mellor, home manager at Regency Care Home, Sergeant Terence Monaghan, 2nd Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, Sean Hill, president of Peel Lions and Les McClurg from Bury Lions. Front, Lt Col Mike Glover and 12-year-old Zac Pinder from Tottington High School.


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