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Easy Way To Help John O'Groats Mill If you shop at Coop

26th November 2019

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Hi all,
As you know, to make the John O Groats Mill into the centre we all want it to be it needs funds.
We made a lot of progress over the past year but we've still a bit to go.

But we've just been offered a helping hand.
We're so delighted to have been selected to benefit from the
'Co-op Local Community Fund'.

Basically, the Mill can get 1% from the sales of selected own brand goods for nearly a whole year - until 24th Oct 2020 to be precise! This could easily build up to a four figure sum.

We just need you fine folk to chose The Mill as your local cause.

Follow the link below where you can sign-in (if you are already a member) or register to become a Co-op member. From there you need to select The Mill as your local cause in order for us to benefit.

Sign In/Register here

The more the merrier, so please ask your families & friends to take part.

Thank you everyone.

JOG Mill Trust

 

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