Axminster butcher metes out the money

PUBLISHED: 12:58 07 July 2011

Paul Aspey, manager of Complete Meats butchers of Axminster, presented cheques of £50 to four worthy causes on Tuesday 28th June. Axminster Under 11's Cricket Club, Kilmington Pre-School, Axminster Choral Society and Help for Heroes each received a donation from the shop to show appreciation for their support over the years. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mha 4835-26-11AW. To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

Paul Aspey, manager of Complete Meats butchers of Axminster, presented cheques of £50 to four worthy causes on Tuesday 28th June. Axminster Under 11's Cricket Club, Kilmington Pre-School, Axminster Choral Society and Help for Heroes each received a donation from the shop to show appreciation for their support over the years. Picture by Alex Walton. Ref mha 4835-26-11AW. To order your copy of this photograph go to www.midweekherald.co.uk and click on myphotos24

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Four more worthy causes receive cheques from Complete Meats

REPRESENTATIVES from four worthy causes carried home a “slice of the bacon” when they visited an award-winning Axminster butchers.

They shared in another £200 cash giveaway by Complete Meats, in South Street.

Manager Paul Apsey presented £50 cheques to the town’s under 11s cricket team, Kilmington Pre-school, Axminster Choral Society and the Help for Heroes charity.

Complete Meats makes twice year donations to local organisations as part of its support for the community.

Owner Shaun Vining said: “I realise how hard it must be for these charities at the moment as people just do not have spare change in their pockets any more.

“For us, it’s a small gesture to say thank you to our local customers for their loyal support over the years.”


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