Donations For Pumpkins At Steve's Tackle, Warminster, Go To Wiltshire Air Ambulance

Thursday 6th October 2016:

 Steve Ware, proprietor of Steve's Tackle,
the anglers' accessories shop, George Street,
Warminster, has grown 120 pumpkins.

 Steve is selling them, not at fixed prices
but for reasonable donations to
the Wiltshire Air Ambulance charity.


 Steve has already sold 30 to just two buyers
~ a women's institute at Bradford On Avon
and to the owner of a shop selling vintage
and secondhand items at Silver Street,
Warminster.

  Steve Ware with some of the pumpkins.


Photographs taken by Danny Howell
on Thursday 6th October 2016.

Steve said:
"Life is not all about me, me, me,
or greed, greed, greed. It's good for us
to think what can we all do for 
someone else, to help others.
That's why I'm happy to raise
funds for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance."

Steve already has a good way of
fundraising ~ he accepts unwanted
fishing rods and tackle from his
angler customers and sells those items,
giving the proceeds to the
Wiltshire Air Ambulance.

A certificate in Steve's Tackle shop 
shows that last year he collected
£198.70 and has made a total 
of £369.83 so far in 2016
for the Wiltshire Air Ambulance.

  Steve's Tackle.
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  Steve's Tackle,
35 George Street, Warminster, BA12 8QB
Telephone 01985 847634.