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The Daily Record have rewritten the story now …

Comment posted Martha Payne and NeverSeconds hit fund raising target: new kitchen for Mary’s Meals by Lundavra.

The Daily Record have rewritten the story now and do not mention their shameful attack on the dinner ladies. An apology and large donation to Mary’s Meals (perhaps a promise to match donations through Martha’s appeal?) might help excuse their stupidity.

Lundavra also commented

  • The appeal is getting very close to six figures – £97,676.76 (including Gift Aid). Fantastic achievement!
  • Don’t forget to add Gift Aid.

    At the moment it is

    Total raised £39,257.24
    Gift Aid £7,091.17

    So the total is £46,348.41

    Beginning to wonder whether it is going to end in six figures.

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