Angel Springs Donates Cash to Help Royal British Legion Classic Car Show

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Angel Springs Ltd, the UK’s leading water cooler company, is supporting the Royal British Legion’s Aldbury Classic Vehicle Rally with a cash donation.

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Angel Springs, the UK’s leading provider of bottled and mains-fed water coolers, has donated £100 to a fundraising event for the Royal British Legion.

Angel Springs, the UK’s leading provider of bottled and mains-fed water coolers, has donated £100 to a fundraising event for the Royal British Legion.

The Legion, which supports servicemen and their families in the UK, is organising the third annual Aldbury Classic Vehicle Rally this month.

And Angel Springs has helped out with running costs for the event, by providing a donation of £100.

The Royal British Legion relies on sponsorship and support from local companies to help fund its activities. All the money raised from the Aldbury Classic Vehicle Rally will go towards its annual Poppy Appeal.

The rally will feature a host of classic cars pre-dating 1980, including motorcycles, scooters, tractors, military and commercial vehicles. There will also be a range of activities on offer, including children’s entertainment, trade stands, arts and crafts, charity stalls and the chance to learn more about local village organisations.

John Murphy, commercial director at Angel Springs, explained: “The Royal British Legion is an important national charity, providing vital services for the heroes in our armed forces.

“Angel Springs is pleased to support the local Aldbury branch, which is organising its third annual Aldbury Classic Vehicle Rally, and we’re sure it will be a great day out for all the family.”

The Aldbury Classic Vehicle Rally will take place at Newground Road, Aldbury, from 11am to 4pm on Sunday, September 25.

Notes to editors:

Angel Springs:

Angel Springs is the longest-running water cooler company in the UK, supplying customers with fresh spring water, water coolers and water boilers for 21 years. The company employs 180 staff and is committed to working and developing successful relationships with local community groups, charities and businesses.

Royal British Legion:

The Royal British Legion plays a crucial role supporting serving armed forces personnel, veterans, heroes and their families in the UK. It provides a range of services, including mental and physical health support, housing, community care, disability support, skills development and repatriation.

The Royal British Legion’s welfare work provides a lifeline for thousands of current and ex-servicemen, from funding four new Personnel Recovery Centres, offering state-of-the-art rehabilitation facilities for wounded soldiers to adapting a home to make it suitable for a young disabled soldier. The charity regularly provides pension advice, bereavement counselling and support for servicemen and their families.

The annual Poppy Appeal, held in November, is a key part of the Royal British Legion’s fundraising activities, helping to cover the costs of running its vital services.

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