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Mackworth Online

Three landmark building, the clock tower in front the the co-operative store, the water tower, and the Mackworth castle.

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Morrison: £30 off for Christmas and the New Year

This £30 voucher seems quite attractive, but if you read carefully, you will find actually Morrison just change 10% off your shopping into a £30 voucher! You have to spend £40 for shopping every week for five weeks to collect the receipts, and spend another £40 to redeem the £25 voucher, so totally you spend £240 to get 10% that's £24.

Claim your £25 Christmas Voucher and £5 for the New Year in 4 easy steps:

Shop in any store between 8th November and 19th December 2010 and spend £40 or more in one transaction each week for five weeks.

Keep your five receipts (only fully itemised receipts will be accepted, no credit or debit card receipts).

Make sure each receipt is collected from a different week. Multiple receipts from the same week will not be accepted.

Put the receipts in this Collector Card (otherwise they won't be accepted) and take them into your local Morrisons store between 16th and 31st December to claim your £25 Christmas and £5 New Year Vouchers.

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Supported by the Derby Evening Telegraph

Dear Parent,

Your Child's school has given us permission to ask you to support our Annual Christmas Appeal for the Needy and Lonely.

May we kindly ask you to send a Tin of Food or a Packet of Non-perishable Food or Drink that will be included in our Parcels which will be distributed week commencing 6th December.

Your Children's School will be mentioned in the Derby Evening Telegraph and we extend our thanks for your anticipated support.
Dave Bower

Information Helpline
Derby Lions' President

Sue 512420 Malcolm 559954

Children in Need:Wear something spotty

This is a very good business idea, and generous of course! An insurance broker promises to double any amount of money from the fund-raising event. A colouring competition is also an easy one, every child in the primary school would love to do it. Here is the news letter:

'Wear something spotty' and a fantastic competition!

Children In Need Day takes place on Friday 19th November 2010, Children are invited to wear something spotty to school in support of this day. We ask for a minimum donation of 50p to the Children In Need fund if children would like to wear non-uniform.

Swintons Insurance Brokers of Derby have kindly offered to double any amount of money collected by the pupils of Primary School for Children In Need.

Swintons are also organising a colouring competition for the charity. A winner will be chosen from each of the schools taking part. Prizes will be donated by Swintons Insurance Brokers.

If your child would like to enter the competition, they will need to bring a pi…