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Dear Ish

Epsom's way of saying thank you Thank you so much for your donation of £13,519.00 to Help is for heroes. We appreciate every penny that comes in and we will ensure that it is put to use providing support for men and women who are injured in the service of our country. Our work is by no means over, there is a great deal to do but your contribution will make agreat difference to the lives of some very special people. On behalf of all of us at H4H and all those who we will help, thank you. Your fantastic support is so appreciated.
Help is for Heroes, certificate of appreciation.

EPSOM town centre will be turned into a mini-music festival on September 11 as campaigners seek to raise £10,000 for forces charity Help for Heroes.Two stages will be built to host acts including an unnamed celebrity appearance, while The Marquis of Granby will also have several live performers and a BBQ for the Epsom Charity Fun Day. Adults will be able to enjoy a beer and cider festival in the market place while there will be a bouncy castle for the kids and a visit from Ronald McDonald. Event organiser Ismael Iglesias said: “This is Epsom’s way of saying we haven’t forgotten our soldiers on the frontline or those being treated at Headley Court, It’ll be a great family event with entertainment for all ages.We urge everyone who can to come to Epsom on Saturday, September 11 to come and join in the fun while showing their support for our heroes.”
Get Surrey, April 2011

Fantastic effort made in Epsom last weekend on behalf of Help for Heroes.Organisers Ish from Boogie Lounge and Dave from El Papi spent a huge amount of time bringing people together to fundraise for the event.
Epsom Guardian, 15th April 2011

A host of talented young singers’, DJ’s and budding musicians performed at The Boogie Lounge in Epsom last weekend at the after party of the first ever Junior Star Factor competition. Runners up in the Star Factor competition, which was held in Caterham in March, were given the chance to show off their talent and get involved in the music industry.
Epsom Guardian, 21st September 2010

The family of a tragic nine-month-old meningitis victim has set out on a fundraising mission in his memory. Fundraisers: Anna Chuicharoen, Grayham Clements, Yasmin Hosenie, Glenn Dela Cruz and Kimberlyn Dela Cruz. Joel Ruck from West Ewell died suddenly of the disease on New Year’s Eve in 2009. Last month his family held an event at Boogie Lounge in Epsom raising over £5,700 for Meningitis UK.
Epsom Guardian, Friday 8th April 2011

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