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Rachel Dawson - Loving wife to Steve and wonderful mother to Holly and Olivia

Giving Page in tribute
7 - 30 Jun 2019

Steve's Giving Page has now closed

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Rachel Dawson - Millhouses Travel

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Robert and Sue Driskell



+£5.00 Gift Aid

Madeleine Lees



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Sending love x


Shirley Spooner



Millhouses Travel thank all customers for attending the Christmas Fair on 7December it was a huge success. Happy New Year to all and thank you!


Sylvia Dunkley



+£12.50 Gift Aid

Rachel was always so friendly and helpful when booking holidays for us. Lovely knowing her. Sylvia and John


Susan Rhodes



This money has been donated on behalf of the Yorkshire Travel Summer Ball organized by Sandy Murray


Carol Kirkham



Money raised from a raffle at one of our events in memory of this lovely lady. X

Total raised£3,017.00



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