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Huge thank you to the Sutton Coldfield and Erdington Lions

25.06.2015

The Lions have provided two Concerto 2s to a blind couple in Pype Hayes, Birmingham.

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We would like to say a huge thank you to the Sutton Coldfield and Erdington Lions for their recent donation of £320.

This generous support has helped to pay for two Concerto 2s that have been provided to a blind couple in Pype Hayes, Birmingham.

Regional Development Manager for Birmingham Sophie Jones said: “We rely greatly on regional donations like this, so we are grateful to the Lions for helping out. 

"The couple who received the Concerto 2s absolutely love them and also want to say thank you to the club.”

To find out more about the Sutton Coldfield and Erdington Lions, click here.



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