Carolyn Harris, forced to take out a loan and rely on a whip-round
to pay PS1,750 costs when son Martin died in a crash, wants the PM to support the Sunday Mirror and Labour fight.
Carolyn Harris, a former dinner lady, only raised the PS1,750 needed thanks to a whip-round
and bank loan.
Ex-barmaid and dinner lady Carolyn Harris, who became Swansea East's Labour MP last year, only found the PS1750 needed after a whip-round
and bank loan following her son's death in 1989.
This week Sinead organises a whip-round
at the factory to buy them some new decorations, then surprises the couple by transforming No.
It's being described as a crowd-funded campaign - the modern term for a whip-round
Anyway, when Marsh was told that the coach driver entrusted with transporting the Aussies across the land over the next couple of months earned a pittance, he initiated a whip-round
among his team-mates and handed the proceeds over to the grateful man behind the wheel.
by Aberdeen FC players netted PS470 for the Trussell Trust last week.
Jean, 61, said her family's devastation has now turned to hope after Reece's uncle and work colleagues had a whip-round
, raising PS200.
Local traders and businessmen organised a whip-round
to augment the original display which was switched on last month but was not as dazzling as they had hoped.
HELPING HAND Staff and customers from The Emperor Hadrian pub had a whip-round
for robbery victim Anne Henderson, pictured with the pub''s manager, Carol Bradwell FUNDRAISERS From left, Alexander Norrie, Fred Turnbull, landlord of the Ship Inn in Monkseaton, Steven Taylor and Pauline Buglass with a cheque for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation GOODWILL A toy collection by customers of the Swan pub on Heddon On The Wall brought smiles to the faces of Thai children orphaned by the 2004 Tsunami BIG-HEARTED Gemma Clay, with daughter Ava Bainbridge, 19 months, and fundraiser Steve Bowman, at the Seven Stars Pub in Wrekenton
I have noticed a recent trend in the way people are hard-handedly collecting whip-round
money for gifts, which I find most disconcerting.
Larry's food is expected to be paid for by a whip-round
among Downing St staff, rather than funded from the public purse.