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Urgent reminder to centenary attendees

World War I lantern procession from Muster Green to Victoria Park. Pic Steve Robards SUS-140508-095942001

World War I lantern procession from Muster Green to Victoria Park. Pic Steve Robards SUS-140508-095942001

The Haywards Heath CIC has issued an urgent request to those who attended the centenary celebration, to return their light sticks to Trory’s Cafe.

Marion Wilcock, the CIC director, said: “We are delighted that so many people from Haywards Heath joined in the WW1 Commemoration on the evening of August 4.

“Unfortunately, it would appear a number of people did not realise that the £2.50 for the lanterns paid for the lanterns themselves, but that the light sticks were on loan from SameSky for the evening and have to be returned to them.

“SameSky is a charity and the sticks cost some £10 to make, and they need them all back for a school project they are currently working on.

“If by chance you or someone you know, still has a light stick, please could you drop it off at Trory’s Café in Victoria Park and we will ensure that they are safely returned to the Charity.

“Many thanks to the people of Haywards Heath for all their wonderful support.”

 

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