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Earlswood postmaster gets 'wiggy with it' for charity

An Earlswood sub postmaster has been getting ‘wiggy with it’ for the Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust

An Earlswood sub postmaster has been getting ‘wiggy with it’ for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Paul Croft has been sporting a judge’s wig and gown, while colleagues at the Umberslade Road Post Office opted for brightly coloured or sparkling headgear last weekend to raise £350 for the charity.

Paul, who has worked at Earlswood for seven years, said: “I thought it would be fun to dress as a judge and it went down very well with my customers, many of whom I know by name. I’d like to thank all of them for their support for such a great cause.”

The Midcounties Co-operative raised an impressive national total of £87,000 in its first charity event for Teenage Cancer Trust, £9,000 of which was collected through its post offices such as Earlswood.

 

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