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Last few tables remaining for Ladies Lunch!

Last few tables remaining for Ladies Lunch!

With just under two months to go until the famous Huddersfield Town Foundation Ladies Lunch we wanted to tell you a bit more about what you can expect to see and do on the day! The team at Charity HQ have been planning the event tirelessly and aim to make this year’s Ladies Lunch the best one yet! The day’s hosting and entertainment will be led by the amazing, internationally celebrated drag act, The Globe Girls who create a totally...
Posted: Oct 2016
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PURE Legal Ltd to take on 'Tri for Life'

PURE Legal Ltd to take on 'Tri for Life'

Huddersfield Town’s main club sponsor PURE Legal Limited is taking part in ‘Tri for Life’ to raise money for the Town Foundation. On Sunday 11 September, nine members of the PURE team will form three relay teams as they take part in the Woburn Abbey ‘Tri for Life’ relay. Each member of the relay team has been assigned to either swim, run or cycle so they all complete one activity. PURE, a long-term partner of the ...
Posted: Sep 2016
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Town Foundation Ladies Lunch Set to Return

Town Foundation Ladies Lunch Set to Return

Local charity, the Town Foundation is set to stage its fourth Ladies Lunch this November with the theme of sparkle and glamour.  A key fixture in the local diary, the Ladies Lunch has seen over 200 females attending to raise money to support the Town Foundation in improving the quality of life for young people across Huddersfield and the West Yorkshire area through a variety of activities, namely its hugely successful ‘Early Kick-Off&...
Posted: Aug 2016
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Ellis Furniture raise money for Foundation

Ellis Furniture raise money for Foundation

Ellis Furniture has raised £1,760 for the Huddersfield Town Foundation as the business celebrates its 125 year anniversary with a charity bike ride. Spearheaded by Tom Ellis, a team of nine riders and a support vehicle cycled from Oundle to Huddersfield. The route began at Oundle School, a school that three generations of the Ellis family attended and finished at their factory exactly 125 miles away. The family run business raised around...
Posted: Jul 2016
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