The War Widows Teddy is at home on a farm in Cornwall resting before his big week end in Falmouth for Armed Forces Day. Then he will be off with the lucky winner to a new home.
Update 23rd June – all arrived and ready to go…
Update 28th June
Many thanks to everyone who visited our stall in Falmouth over the weekend. We handed out hundreds of leaflets informing people of the Association and answered many questions from members of the public.
We ran 3 competitions over the week end and the winners have been informed.
Guess the name of the WWA Teddy? The name was Winston.
How many sweets in the jar? There were 107
Who can fly their paper aeroplane the furthest? The winning distance was 620cm.
We really appreciate the generosity of everyone who participated in these competitions and well done to the 3 winners.
For all other Armed Forces Events around the UK, please visit: www.armedforcesday.org.uk