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natural sheepskin slippers £16.00 at Help for Heroes

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was £20.00 now £16.00 with free delivery. Suede moccasin with wool lining Unisex style in sizes 4-11 Sole less (for inside use only) Help for Heroes branded label on the inside of slipper.…
blueyes2 Avatar6d, 23h agoFound 6 days, 23 hours ago3 Comments
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No sole, just realised.
oh well it will stop me wearing them in the garden
11% quidco too.
Nice
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Help For Heroes Golf Embossed Ball Marker £2.50 with Free Delivery

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The must have golfing accompanyment, featuring an embossed crest and Help for Heroes branding. This handy antique gold finish Golf Ball Marker also attaches neatly to the magnetic peak of the Golf…
Jase79 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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Heroes.
LOL!
What? It's 'Heroes'. Not 'Hero's'.
Are they heroes??
Oh dear!!! I'm guessing your the type of bloke who sits on his **** playing COD till 0100-0200 in the morning. Come on be truthful you applied for the army & got told no thanks!!
I would never apply to that terrorist organisation. I've got plenty of qualifications- don't worry about me- I'm living good without murdering kids

Edited By: someguy003 on Jun 10, 2016 18:25: missed word
someguy003
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someguy003
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Heroes.
LOL!
What? It's 'Heroes'. Not 'Hero's'.
Are they heroes??


Oh dear!!! I'm guessing your the type of bloke who sits on his **** playing COD till 0100-0200 in the morning. Come on be truthful you applied for the army & got told no thanks!!
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someguy003
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Heroes.
LOL!
What? It's 'Heroes'. Not 'Hero's'.
Are they heroes??
someguy003
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Heroes.
LOL!

What? It's 'Heroes'. Not 'Hero's'.
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Heroes.
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Twenty Twenty Cricket Match at Kennington Oval Heroes vs Rest of the World XI £20.00

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On 17th September, the day before the Rugby World Cup 2015, the Kia Oval - supported by Old Mutual Wealth - is hosting the first international Help for Heroes Twenty20 cricket fundraising event. Allan…
tasadduque Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago4 Comments
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Not learnt from the other post?
Yes
tasadduque
Big Players Afridi,Dhoni,Brendon,Lara


What?? ​Afridi. You mentioned along with Dhoni, Brendon and Lara. lol
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£5 off is not a great deal cold for me.
vote hot of cold on the deal, not if u think its a good charity.
My son says I'm a hero too! :p
Hot from me
fantastic worthy charity...... hot from me...
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Help for Heroes Items End of Season Sale - Some over half price £12.00

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Various shirts etc on sale at over 50% off. Also some great products available throughout the store plus its a great cause.
jdufton Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago4 Comments
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Ollyj
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Those voting cold should be ashamed.
charity or no , it's not a good deal. if this was a charity forum I'd agree with you but it's not, it's a deal and bargain forum and a poloshirt for £12 is quite expensive.

That could be said the same about a £30 Ralph Lauren polo on offer from £40, yet it still would get roasting as the deal would be based on the previous price that the item was offered at and not comparing one brand of polo against some lesser quality item that you'd find in Primark or a Sports Direct brand (Lonsdale, everlast, slazenger, etc)
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Those voting cold should be ashamed.

charity or no , it's not a good deal. if this was a charity forum I'd agree with you but it's not, it's a deal and bargain forum and a poloshirt for £12 is quite expensive.
Whilst this offering is about. On another grab for attention the H4H team had 12 road bikes stolen at the weekend from their campsite in Somerford Keynes in the Cotswolds. Full info is on their Facebook page. Keep yours eyes peeled people as these would be quality bikes that possibly only a certain audience would be interested in

https://www.facebook.com/HelpforHeroesOfficial?fref=photo

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Jun 16, 2014 10:20
Those voting cold should be ashamed.
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Help for Heroes Shop - Free Delivery until 5pm Monday 5 May

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Title says it all really, free delivery from the Help for Heroes shop until 5pm on Monday 5 May.
jilllg Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months agoAdd Comment
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Help for Heroes Hoody - £25.00 SUPPORT OUR TROOPS

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THIS IS WHAT OUR SOLIDER WAS WEARING WHEN HE WAS SADLY KILLED WEAR WITH PRIDE! SUPPORT OUR TROOPS £25 PLEASE DONATE TO THIS CHARITY
leemet123 Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago140 Comments
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My money is going to the collateral damage fund
Dont join up. Dont be a pawn
copperspock
Krooner
buzzmanisbosse

The mere posting of a link from an open minded person classifies one as a gullible idiot?
Wow,gullible are the ones who think the status quo have our best interests at heart.
Have the recent countless errors by the establishment not enlightened anyone??

Enlightened anyone to what?

That video in particular is crass, badly researched nonsense. "Why'd the cut out the woman?" Probably because it was a pretty farcical moment in what was a very serious situation. "Where's all the blood" In the victims body no doubt! Unless the heart is pumping you're not going to see a gore fountain. This is real life not Call of Duty. BUT Anyone with an iota of common sense knew this already. Fact is whilst I may not agree with posting bandwagon deals on a shopping forum, the victim's poor family have lost someone very important and loved for what must seem - to them - to be very trivial, frivolous reasons. To suggest that it's all some lizard conspiracy so the government can increase the price of petrol of whatever is short-sighted and disrespectful. Have some f**king class you lepton.

Using lepton as an insult, I approve :).

hmmm..

http://www.physics.fsu.edu/users/roberts/images/leptons.gif
Krooner
buzzmanisbosse

The mere posting of a link from an open minded person classifies one as a gullible idiot?
Wow,gullible are the ones who think the status quo have our best interests at heart.
Have the recent countless errors by the establishment not enlightened anyone??

Enlightened anyone to what?

That video in particular is crass, badly researched nonsense. "Why'd the cut out the woman?" Probably because it was a pretty farcical moment.


Nope they could have reported " Passers-by were walking as the madman with his bloody hands and knives was shouting...."
cutts
they are heroes because they give there lives for others, even idiots who question why their heroes

Unfortunately they give their lives for politicians and greed of governments. Still doesn't make them heroes, just thoughtless promoters of war.
Krooner
buzzmanisbosse

The mere posting of a link from an open minded person classifies one as a gullible idiot?
Wow,gullible are the ones who think the status quo have our best interests at heart.
Have the recent countless errors by the establishment not enlightened anyone??

Enlightened anyone to what?

That video in particular is crass, badly researched nonsense. "Why'd the cut out the woman?" Probably because it was a pretty farcical moment in what was a very serious situation. "Where's all the blood" In the victims body no doubt! Unless the heart is pumping you're not going to see a gore fountain. This is real life not Call of Duty. BUT Anyone with an iota of common sense knew this already. Fact is whilst I may not agree with posting bandwagon deals on a shopping forum, the victim's poor family have lost someone very important and loved for what must seem - to them - to be very trivial, frivolous reasons. To suggest that it's all some lizard conspiracy so the government can increase the price of petrol of whatever is short-sighted and disrespectful. Have some f**king class you lepton.

Using lepton as an insult, I approve :).
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Men's hero wear stretch t shirt £7 plus delivery @ Helpforheroes £10.95

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reduced from 18 quid to 7.orders over 40 quid for free delivery. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
golfie Avatar3y, 6m agoFound 3 years, 6 months ago4 Comments
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thanks chrisxuk.
simplyjimbo
Is there a delivery charge? If so price should include that as that is what you have to pay the supplier

£3.95 for orders under £40
Is there a delivery charge? If so price should include that as that is what you have to pay the supplier
proceeds to help for heroes I should have added
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Upto 50% off Sale at Help For Heroes

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Various items and discounts. Great worthwhile cause. Wide range of items for Men, Women, kids and baby Some examples of items: Navy Blue Polo Shirt - Was £10.00 Now £5.00 Men's…
Syzable Avatar3y, 11m agoFound 3 years, 11 months ago3 Comments
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robroyals
Isn't it a shame help the heroes have a sale? Full price should be a minimum we pay to support this charity.

Totally agree - we should be grateful and be happy to pay full price to help those who keep us safe!
Isn't it a shame help the heroes have a sale? Full price should be a minimum we pay to support this charity.
http://www.helpforheroes.org.uk/shop/templates/default/images/blue/Logo.png

http://www.helpforheroes.org.uk/shop/templates/default/images/homepage_images/2012/dec/main_1.jpg
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Help for heroes polo shirt ( black ) only £5.00

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Down from £15 to a fiver - and it's a great cause. If they run out of your size - buy something else- Its a charity for the guys and girls who fight to make this country as great as it is! Royal Bl…
SLIM_JIM Avatar4y, 9m agoFound 4 years, 9 months ago56 Comments
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Villa
Dunno about you, but before we invaded Iraq and Afghanistan I wasn't aware of any terrorist plots against this country other than those by certain fringe Irish groups.

The Irish terrorist groups were more often than not simply racketeers wrapped up in a Tricolour or Union flag.

As a young man on tour in West Belfast in 1987 with the Army I could identify with the Republican cause and only really saw myself as a potential target.

Before I went over to Northern Ireland, I actually thought I might be going there to do something positive...

It didn't take much more than a couple of days to see that wasn't going to be the case.

We are all entitled to have our differences but it's not worth killing each other over it at the end of the day.
Paddy_o_furniture
Not at all, the cowardly attacks on 9/11 prompted the Invasion of Afghanistan because it's ruling "government" harboured (at the time, I know where Bin Laden had Bin hiding) a wanted and known terrorist, they also allowed the training of terrorists in their country. Countless more attacks could of been carried out against the UK and it's allies had the Taliban not have been removed from power.

I think you need to look a bit further back into the history of the problems in Afganistan.

You don't need to look too far back to the origins of the recent problem when the SAS etc were training the Mujahideen in Scotland to kill Russians. The CIA etc were funding and arming the very same chaps that (in my opinion) gave birth to Al Qaeda.

My own feeling is that while looking for a short term solution to the "dastardly" Russians the West created yet another big money maker.

Now "we" fight wars to put down terrorist threats that we (I'll be lenient and perhaps suggest "inadvertently") created with our own funds and expertise in the first place - you really couldn't make it up!

Edited By: gtd65 on Feb 08, 2012 00:31: Typos
joelstevenson
Paddy_o_furniture
joelstevenson
Villa
joelstevenson
Villa
Can't see how invading a country on the other side of the planet makes this country any safer nor makes the invaders any kind of heroes.


There are groups of terrorists in Afghanistan, I don't know if you've heard about this. Our military forces are there to break these forces up, before they can plan a terrorist attack on a nation such as the UK.

And so by trying to remove the threat that these terrorists pose, are the military not making this country safer?

Hero -A person noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life

I'd say our forces are heroes.

Dunno about you, but before we invaded Iraq and Afghanistan I wasn't aware of any terrorist plots against this country other than those by certain fringe Irish groups.
However, since we invaded Iraq and Afghanistan to apparently make our country safer, I'm hearing about all sorts of plots and indeed foiled attempts that make me feel far less safer than I used to be.


I agree with you on this point. However, I feel that if we left Afghanistan today it would not solve the problem as the terrorist groups feel they have a motive to attack now.
I'm sure you would feel less safe if we had no military fighting in Afghanistan now the terrorists feel they need to get 'revenge' for the 'invasion'.

Not at all, the cowardly attacks on 9/11 prompted the Invasion of Afghanistan because it's ruling "government" harboured (at the time, I know where Bin Laden had Bin hiding) a wanted and known terrorist, they also allowed the training of terrorists in their country. Countless more attacks could of been carried out against the UK and it's allies had the Taliban not have been removed from power.


9/11 was an inside job. ;)

Yeah as we'll soon here from HUKDS resident nutters.
Paddy_o_furniture
joelstevenson
Villa
joelstevenson
Villa
Can't see how invading a country on the other side of the planet makes this country any safer nor makes the invaders any kind of heroes.


There are groups of terrorists in Afghanistan, I don't know if you've heard about this. Our military forces are there to break these forces up, before they can plan a terrorist attack on a nation such as the UK.

And so by trying to remove the threat that these terrorists pose, are the military not making this country safer?

Hero -A person noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life

I'd say our forces are heroes.

Dunno about you, but before we invaded Iraq and Afghanistan I wasn't aware of any terrorist plots against this country other than those by certain fringe Irish groups.
However, since we invaded Iraq and Afghanistan to apparently make our country safer, I'm hearing about all sorts of plots and indeed foiled attempts that make me feel far less safer than I used to be.


I agree with you on this point. However, I feel that if we left Afghanistan today it would not solve the problem as the terrorist groups feel they have a motive to attack now.
I'm sure you would feel less safe if we had no military fighting in Afghanistan now the terrorists feel they need to get 'revenge' for the 'invasion'.

Not at all, the cowardly attacks on 9/11 prompted the Invasion of Afghanistan because it's ruling "government" harboured (at the time, I know where Bin Laden had Bin hiding) a wanted and known terrorist, they also allowed the training of terrorists in their country. Countless more attacks could of been carried out against the UK and it's allies had the Taliban not have been removed from power.


9/11 was an inside job. ;)
joelstevenson
Villa
joelstevenson
Villa
Can't see how invading a country on the other side of the planet makes this country any safer nor makes the invaders any kind of heroes.


There are groups of terrorists in Afghanistan, I don't know if you've heard about this. Our military forces are there to break these forces up, before they can plan a terrorist attack on a nation such as the UK.

And so by trying to remove the threat that these terrorists pose, are the military not making this country safer?

Hero -A person noted for feats of courage or nobility of purpose, especially one who has risked or sacrificed his or her life

I'd say our forces are heroes.

Dunno about you, but before we invaded Iraq and Afghanistan I wasn't aware of any terrorist plots against this country other than those by certain fringe Irish groups.
However, since we invaded Iraq and Afghanistan to apparently make our country safer, I'm hearing about all sorts of plots and indeed foiled attempts that make me feel far less safer than I used to be.


I agree with you on this point. However, I feel that if we left Afghanistan today it would not solve the problem as the terrorist groups feel they have a motive to attack now.
I'm sure you would feel less safe if we had no military fighting in Afghanistan now the terrorists feel they need to get 'revenge' for the 'invasion'.

Not at all, the cowardly attacks on 9/11 prompted the Invasion of Afghanistan because it's ruling "government" harboured (at the time, I know where Bin Laden had Bin hiding) a wanted and known terrorist, they also allowed the training of terrorists in their country. Countless more attacks could of been carried out against the UK and it's allies had the Taliban not have been removed from power.
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help for heroes car badge and sticker and more in description - £1.50

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this is now half price, a nice and cheap way of helping the charity, the site looks to have a big sale on from rugby tops to boxers to stickers. take a look and lets get some support for the inju…
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While I agree that 'Hero' has become too commonly used as a tag for soldiers in general, there is no denying there are acts of heroism being conducted on a routine basis. As to people having accidents every day, while i don't wish to detract from the horror of any accident; there is a difference between having an unpredicted accident in the work place and walking out the door to work knowing that anywhere you step may have an IED insitu or a bullet coming your way. If you can't see the difference, then that is your right. The media have overused the word 'hero' the same way they have, 'celebrity'. The unfortunate side affect is that acts of genuine heroism become trivialised, wether it's afghan or civvie street.
sirmaggie
They are not 'Heros'
There are just doing there job!
Yes it is sad when someone loses a leg, arm or life, but people die and have accidents everyday, we dont call them heros.
If you would like to donate, dont buy something that is half price and leads them to getting half the money, Just give what you can afford or give 'time' help and support.
If like me you dont think they are Heros, why not help a neibour or do an hours work for free at a homeless shellter. I guess what im saying is do something for somebody, but give your all dont just do it because it has a half price tag on it


I fully agree with your comments, its the Hero thing that grates on me
single_lonely
Honestly I do feel for the soldiers, and there family and friends.
Given it was the choice of OUR governments to go to war, we have only our own self's to blame.
Or maybe think for your self of the reasons why this is all happening and the people / organisations who are really pulling the strings.

They are pulling the wool over our eyes and most of the public won't realise till it's too late.


If they were never called to go to war, then what a jolly the army would be, if i could have that option i would join up too!
Honestly I do feel for the soldiers, and there family and friends.
Given it was the choice of OUR governments to go to war, we have only our own self's to blame.
Or maybe think for your self of the reasons why this is all happening and the people / organisations who are really pulling the strings.

They are pulling the wool over our eyes and most of the public won't realise till it's too late.
While I agree that 'Hero' has become too commonly used as a tag for soldiers in general, there is no denying there are acts of heroism being conducted on a routine basis. As to people having accidents every day, while i don't wish to detract from the horror of any accident; there is a difference between having an unpredicted accident in the work place and walking out the door to work knowing that anywhere you step may have an IED insitu or a bullet coming your way. If you can't see the difference, then that is your right. The media have overused the word 'hero' the same way they have, 'celebrity'. The unfortunate side affect is that acts of genuine heroism become trivialised, wether it's afghan or civvie street.
sirmaggie
They are not 'Heros'
There are just doing there job!
Yes it is sad when someone loses a leg, arm or life, but people die and have accidents everyday, we dont call them heros.
If you would like to donate, dont buy something that is half price and leads them to getting half the money, Just give what you can afford or give 'time' help and support.
If like me you dont think they are Heros, why not help a neibour or do an hours work for free at a homeless shellter. I guess what im saying is do something for somebody, but give your all dont just do it because it has a half price tag on it
They are not 'Heros'
There are just doing there job!
Yes it is sad when someone loses a leg, arm or life, but people die and have accidents everyday, we dont call them heros.
If you would like to donate, dont buy something that is half price and leads them to getting half the money, Just give what you can afford or give 'time' help and support.
If like me you dont think they are Heros, why not help a neibour or do an hours work for free at a homeless shellter. I guess what im saying is do something for somebody, but give your all dont just do it because it has a half price tag on it
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Help For Heroes up to 50% off merchandise sale

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Do your bit & shop for heroes and bag yourself a bargain at the same time. Huge discounts across the range, starting at less than £1 and free delivery for orders over £30. Get together with your famil…
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Shine600
This is a crazy mixed up world. So how long till Gaddafi declares the rioters to be the new legitimate UK government?

Exactly! Cameron wants to arm the rebels in libya so why not employ the same thing here!
This is a crazy mixed up world. So how long till Gaddafi declares the rioters to be the new legitimate UK government?
Lulu'sMammy
boroborn1983
Lulu'sMammy
Well I'd find it weird if a 40 year old fella was sat there modelling a bib!! Or is that what your into?

poj2000
MIDURIX
https://www.shop.helpforheroes.org.uk/product_images/l/514/CHILDS_BIB__37427_zoom.jpg
CUTE! £3 too. Not the child, the bib.
nice use children to push your bibs on us.
why not buy him a toy gun.
not cute, deal is junk.
cold as ice

Alot of 40 year old men may need bibs after they get back from the invasion so its not such a bad idea.
You need help dude, seriously. For someone in their late twenties, its a shame really.

Its better than playing soldier for a pointless cause ! the worlds biggest terrorists are white men wearing suits and a so called wanabe black man across the atlantic and they are on our doorstep not thousands of miles away !!
boroborn1983
Lulu'sMammy
Well I'd find it weird if a 40 year old fella was sat there modelling a bib!! Or is that what your into?

poj2000
MIDURIX
https://www.shop.helpforheroes.org.uk/product_images/l/514/CHILDS_BIB__37427_zoom.jpg
CUTE! £3 too. Not the child, the bib.
nice use children to push your bibs on us.
why not buy him a toy gun.
not cute, deal is junk.
cold as ice

Alot of 40 year old men may need bibs after they get back from the invasion so its not such a bad idea.
You need help dude, seriously. For someone in their late twenties, its a shame really.
Lulu'sMammy
Well I'd find it weird if a 40 year old fella was sat there modelling a bib!! Or is that what your into?

poj2000
MIDURIX
https://www.shop.helpforheroes.org.uk/product_images/l/514/CHILDS_BIB__37427_zoom.jpg
CUTE! £3 too. Not the child, the bib.
nice use children to push your bibs on us.
why not buy him a toy gun.
not cute, deal is junk.
cold as ice

Alot of 40 year old men may need bibs after they get back from the invasion so its not such a bad idea.
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Help For Heroes - Father's Day Gifts Price Reductions (20-30%)

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There are various Father's Day gifts reduced by around 20-30%. It's such a worthy cause that maybe we shouldn't want too good a bargain! Examples are: Father's Day Unisex Hoody (Charcoa…
Lymey Avatar5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago1 Comment
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At the bottom of the link page is a section that links through to 2 pages of Father's day suggestions...some are reduced items (that are not on the main link page) & some at full price.
P&P is meant to vary according to weight - £3.95 on a hoodie



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Mothers Day Gifts - Lots of Bargains + Free Postage With Code @ Help For Heroes

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Mothers day gifts for Mothers Day 3rd April. Lots of gifts at a reduced price and free PP using code NLMARCH2011. Free PP for all orders placed by telephone before 5pm on Friday, 1st April 2011, whe…
thewarlock Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago15 Comments
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great charity, i try to order at least £10 worth of stuff every month from them.
Just ordered loads of little bits - great cause
I love help for heroes, but it made me giggle when the first thing was an apron and an oven glove, are they saying "Get back in the damn kitchen mother!!" ?!?!
Didn't see anything I liked, but used the link on the website to make a donation.

http://www.helpforheroes.org.uk/donations.html
As someone with a vested interest in H4H (serving), can I just encourage you all to make your Mothers a lovely present from their site. It's a fantastic charity that has already made a massive difference to the lives of those injured on operations, and it needs to carry on doing so into the future, given the swingeing cuts that are ongoing. If you are considering any other Forces charities, can I recommend the Army Benevolent Fund or Combat Stress; the future mental health of young people currently on ops is likely to be a ticking time bomb. Thank you.
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HELP FOR HEROS END OF SEASON SALE- Lots of options £2.50

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Bear Prints. Saving £7.50 but you can donate the saving. I have choosen bear prints because they are the cheapest. There are many reductions on the site so most people could afford a worthwhile purc…
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Help for Heroes- Love Farewell Digital Download- John Tams and "The Rifles" just £1.00

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Love Farewell, together with the bonus track Over the Hills and Far away/Sharpes Theme, has been especially recorded by internationally renowned singer and actor John Tams, best known for playing the
MikeT Avatar6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago14 Comments
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great song...and yeah 100% of the mone goes to charity....support our troops!! :thumbsup:
I think this needs a re-post then, to remind people to buy this week to get it up the chart.
I have really been touched by what John Tams and the Rifles have put together here,
lets try and help promote this by posting on as many forums as we can.

Hey, you never know, this might get to Xmas No.1 - it defo deserves to!
If we want to get this song to No1 for Christmas we should buy it next week ie 13th Dec on. Buying now will not affect Christmas totals.
And yes, I will be buying it.:whistling:
I had no problems purchasing from the site although my only critisism is that navigating to the download is a bit tricky

The actual download is in a bracketed hyperlink (Download Files) in either the order status or completed orders tab on the right.

Great song... John Tam's voice is really moving.