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Mr. Trolley donates to Foundation

November 9th 2012

Mr. Trolley helps festival goers all over the U.K. wheel their possessions into muddy fields with ease. The service was a big hit at this years Green Man Festival where the Bevan Foundation were pleased to be a charity partner. You may remember the fantastic total of over £400o that was raised at the festival. 

This week Mr. Trolley kindly agreed to send a further donation of £1260 to the Bevan Foundation. This generous contribution will be invaluable in helping us to tackle poverty in Wales. We are really grateful for this generous support and we look forward to seeing Mr. Trolley at next years Festival. 

Thank You!

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