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Patrick Legge, Media and Communications Officer for NCH Cymru said: ``Once again, Echo readers have responded wonderfully to the Pocketful of Presents campaign by thinking of others less fortunate than themselves.
Drivetime presenter Leigh Jones, 24, who joined the station in October, said: ``Red Dragon FM has supported Pocketful of Presents for the last three years and everybody at the station is delighted to have been able to get involved again this Christmas.
Donating to the Pocketful of Presents appeal and helping the Echo to reach its target of 5,000 presents couldn't be simpler.
Donating to our Pocketful of Presents appeal and helping the Echo to reach its target of 5,000 presents couldn't be simpler.
CASH FOR QUESTIONS Staff at Eversheds organised a special quiz night to raise money for the Echo's Pocketful of Presents Christmas appeal.
A Pocketful of Crows - Joanne M Harris, Gollancz - out now THE Chocolat author draws on folklore for this rich tale of wildlife, witchcraft and doomed love.
More than 30 grants were awarded for projects including supporting the ACT NAIDOC Family Day 2017, the launch of a second edition of A Pocketful of Leadership in the ACT, and Doctoral research for the project Boarding School Business: The Experiences of Aboriginal Girls Attending Boarding Schools.
I used to go home with a pocketful of phone numbers.
A Pocketful of Posies: 14 Miniature Character Pieces for horn and piano (1994).
Additional materials include facsimiles of over 300 print media reviews of Pocket Opera productions; copies of two anthologies published by Pippin: A Pocketful of Lyrics, and As the Lights Go Up: Tales from the Opera; a speech on Offenbach given by Pippin in San Francisco in 1996; a tribute ode by Anne Dudley on the occasion of Pippin's sixtieth birthday; and finally an interview with Pippin published in Journal francais d'Amerique in 1996.
You're counting out a pocketful of shrapnel by the cheap white light of Tweeddale Tackle's shuttered front.