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Amersham window cleaners pledge to donate Christmas tips
A FATHER and son window cleaning duo are putting other people’s generosity to good use by donating all of their Christmas tips to charity.
Terry Gurr and his son Aaron of Amersham-based Highflow Services decided to donate every penny of the money from happy customers to children’s charity Beat Bullying.
And the squeegee-toting pair are also giving away all of the wines, chocolates and other goodies received on their rounds at a charity tombola in Old Amersham Memorial Gardens this Saturday as part of the town’s Christmas celebrations.
Terry said: “My son just turned round to me recently and said he was going to give away all his tips this Christmas, so we both decided to do it and give them to charity.
“Both my wife and I have experienced bullying in the past and it’s a great cause for it to go to.
“We want to encourage people to donate items to the tombola so we can raise as much money as possible.”
To donate an item for Terry and Aaron’s tombola at this weekend’s Christmas celebrations in Old Amersham, pop in to Bojangles Cafe on Hill Avenue, which is taking donations.
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