No such thing as bad publicity

Posted by @ 11:10 pm on Friday 15th June, 2012.

Today's bizarre events regarding the NeverSeconds blog have resulted in an incredible increase in donations at Veg's chosen charity:




This girl deserves a medal!

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One Response to “No such thing as bad publicity”

  1. Andy Jones says:

    I am so chuffed for her - that is an oustounding sum of money. It's so very re-assuring to see such a tale of initiative as this. Her parents must be just glowing with pride. Truly heart-warming on such a miserable wet day

    I bet the council wishes it had supported her and launched an investigation into the supect quality rather than a cover-up. They could have been seen as a forward-thinking council taking serious note not only of school nutrition but also wider issues across the world. "No sense trying to defuse a bomb after it's already gone off"

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