Who Pays for Poppies?
HFM & Harborough Blinds support poppy sellers
Harborough Council is to review charges after it emerged that Poppy sellers are having to pay for a stall in the Market Hall.
This year, HFM and Harborough Blinds have paid the charge and many other firms have offered to help in future years.
The council, which charges all charities for stalls in the market, will look again at the policy next february.
Here Harborough Blinds Paul Motley meets Moley and Nick Shaw hands over cash raised by HFM presenters to Mark Hudson, Chairman of the Harborough Branch of the Royal British Legion.This years Rememberance service begins in St Dionysious Church at 10am on Sunday, with a service in the Memorial Gardens shortly before 11.