Blue tokens for our village hall

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Tesco-Tokens

Please support our Village Hall

One of the Tesco Langport charity blue token boxes between

1st May to 30th June

will be for a project to install new LED lighting in the main hall corridor and toilets, as part of the Curry Rivel Village Hall Refurbishing. The village hall committee having been working hard to improve all aspects of the hall eg new seating, more tables and baby changing facility in the new disabled toilets.

Those that shop at Tesco Langport, will know that the store gives out blue tokens for you to vote on local projects, and ours will be one of 3 to vote for from 1st May to 30th June.

Would you please help us by collecting all your blue tokens, and deposit these saved tokens from 1st May in the Curry Rivel Village Hall bin?

The project that wins the vote gets the funds from the TESCO Bag of Help Scheme but the unsuccessful projects get nothing.

Can you also please ask your friends and family to also save their tokens and support the hall improvements?

Thank you

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