Harpenden Lions Club raise cash for typhoon Haiyan victims

PUBLISHED: 06:31 21 November 2013

David Cowan (left) and Linda Shall taking their turn with collecting money for the typhoon Haiyan emergency relief fund at Harpenden station

David Cowan (left) and Linda Shall taking their turn with collecting money for the typhoon Haiyan emergency relief fund at Harpenden station

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Commuters were greeted by shaking tins - and gave generously - when Harpenden Lions Club members collected funds for vital relief work following typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

The Lions were at Harpenden station from 6.30am to 9.30am on Tuesday morning (19) and collected £840 for the disaster appeal.

Lions Clubs in the British Isles and Ireland have pledged to raise £200,000 to send a thousand LifeSaver water filtration systems to the affected areas.


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