Northern Ireland Childrens Hospice...a wee plea for help

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Post by snakehipsx2 » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:20 pm

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snakehipsx2 wrote:Hello sweeties, I'm really really really really sorry about this but I'd forgotten all about this until about five minutes ago when my Mrs asked me why there has been a money bag on her dressing table for the past month. Anyway, better late than never I suppose. We didn't have enough room on the night to auction the two items again due to .. well I won't go there ..... which turned out to be a blessing as nothing fetched over £50 anyway and the contents of the bag are £126 which was what we got in the raffle I cunningly did early in the evening. I've just spoke to Gav and we've agreed to round it up to £250. I have no idea how to go about sending the money like so if someone could help me out with an idiots guide of some sort I'd appreciate it.

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There should be a link in this thread to a justgiving.com page. Just make a debit card payment on there.


This means very little to me, I deal in pound notes usually. Can someone not pop round to my house and pick up the cash?
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Post by Ginge » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:23 pm

snakehipsx2 wrote:
The Ginger Ninja wrote:
snakehipsx2 wrote:Hello sweeties, I'm really really really really sorry about this but I'd forgotten all about this until about five minutes ago when my Mrs asked me why there has been a money bag on her dressing table for the past month. Anyway, better late than never I suppose. We didn't have enough room on the night to auction the two items again due to .. well I won't go there ..... which turned out to be a blessing as nothing fetched over £50 anyway and the contents of the bag are £126 which was what we got in the raffle I cunningly did early in the evening. I've just spoke to Gav and we've agreed to round it up to £250. I have no idea how to go about sending the money like so if someone could help me out with an idiots guide of some sort I'd appreciate it.

Much love

Ant


There should be a link in this thread to a justgiving.com page. Just make a debit card payment on there.


This means very little to me, I deal in pound notes usually. Can someone not pop round to my house and pick up the cash?


You in Barnsley this weekend? Pass it on to someone there if you wish. Few of the guys off here are there, and me.

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Post by snakehipsx2 » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:25 pm

I'm not but I know a man who is, top plan Bradders.
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Post by Ginge » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:26 pm

snakehipsx2 wrote:I'm not but I know a man who is, top plan Bradders.


PM Nick, Lee or Chissy, all are going (and are probably seen as more trustworthy than me!!) and they can arrange to collect it from someone.

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Post by snakehipsx2 » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:33 pm

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snakehipsx2 wrote:I'm not but I know a man who is, top plan Bradders.


PM Nick, Lee or Chissy, all are going (and are probably seen as more trustworthy than me!!) and they can arrange to collect it from someone.


You'll be easier for me to describe though. :?
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Post by Ginge » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:35 pm

snakehipsx2 wrote:
The Ginger Ninja wrote:
snakehipsx2 wrote:I'm not but I know a man who is, top plan Bradders.


PM Nick, Lee or Chissy, all are going (and are probably seen as more trustworthy than me!!) and they can arrange to collect it from someone.


You'll be easier for me to describe though. :?


Fair enough. I do a lot of banking with the shop so the money would be in the Just Giving account by Monday morning, probably before.

Let me know who it's coming via.

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Post by Lee Taylor » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:37 pm

I'll be the one wearing a "Rout was at The Matchplay" T-Shirt

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Post by Ginge » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:37 pm

Lee Taylor wrote:I'll be the one wearing a "Rout was at The Matchplay" T-Shirt


Haha!!!!!

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Post by nikkiboy » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:42 pm

Lee Taylor wrote:I'll be the one wearing a "Rout was at The Matchplay" T-Shirt

you usually phone that kind of info in to avoid delay :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD:
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Post by Lee Taylor » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:44 pm

nikkiboy wrote:
Lee Taylor wrote:I'll be the one wearing a "Rout was at The Matchplay" T-Shirt

you usually phone that kind of info in to avoid delay :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD:



Thought you would like that!

So you're there the weekend mate?

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nikkiboy wrote:
Lee Taylor wrote:I'll be the one wearing a "Rout was at The Matchplay" T-Shirt

you usually phone that kind of info in to avoid delay :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD:



Thought you would like that!

So you're there the weekend mate?

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Post by nikkiboy » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:46 pm

Lee Taylor wrote:
nikkiboy wrote:
Lee Taylor wrote:I'll be the one wearing a "Rout was at The Matchplay" T-Shirt

you usually phone that kind of info in to avoid delay :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD:



Thought you would like that!

So you're there the weekend mate?

no I cant make it :angry5: :angry5:
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Post by Lee Taylor » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:51 pm

nikkiboy wrote:
Lee Taylor wrote:
nikkiboy wrote:
Lee Taylor wrote:I'll be the one wearing a "Rout was at The Matchplay" T-Shirt

you usually phone that kind of info in to avoid delay :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD:



Thought you would like that!

So you're there the weekend mate?

no I cant make it :angry5: :angry5:


Is this where I am meant to call you a wimp :D

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Post by nikkiboy » Mon Jun 06, 2011 9:57 pm

Lee Taylor wrote:
nikkiboy wrote:
Lee Taylor wrote:
nikkiboy wrote:
Lee Taylor wrote:I'll be the one wearing a "Rout was at The Matchplay" T-Shirt

you usually phone that kind of info in to avoid delay :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD: :DDD:



Thought you would like that!

So you're there the weekend mate?

no I cant make it :angry5: :angry5:


Is this where I am meant to call you a wimp :D

you aint turned up yet boy!
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Post by Ginge » Fri Jun 10, 2011 10:12 am

Snake - you still wanting to bring this money via someone else at the weekend?


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Post by snakehipsx2 » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:41 pm

Murphio wrote:http://www.justgiving.com/Stephenhewittmurphy


Got the trouble & strife to do this just now. I've got a few shindigs on over the summer so I'll do my best to raise a few quid more when I can.
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Post by Lee Taylor » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:51 pm

snakehipsx2 wrote:
Murphio wrote:http://www.justgiving.com/Stephenhewittmurphy


Got the trouble & strife to do this just now. I've got a few shindigs on over the summer so I'll do my best to raise a few quid more when I can.


Bless you mate.

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Post by GtotheF » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:54 pm

snakehipsx2 wrote:
Murphio wrote:http://www.justgiving.com/Stephenhewittmurphy


Got the trouble & strife to do this just now. I've got a few shindigs on over the summer so I'll do my best to raise a few quid more when I can.


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Post by snakehipsx2 » Mon Jun 13, 2011 10:22 pm

Impeccable timing as always. So sorry to read the other thread.

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