Arriva Poppy Bus launch

Members of St Michael’s Church, Thurmaston were pleased to join members of The Royal British Legion and Poppy Appeal volunteers at the launch of the Arriva Poppy Bus on Thursday 1 November 2018.

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The Thurmaston Branch of the Royal British Legion join Arriva Midlands to launch the 2018 Poppy Appeal with a specially designed Poppy Bus, seen here at their Arriva Thurmaston Depot, Thurmaston, Leicestershire, on November 1, 2018. L-R: Elsa Barlow (Poppy Appeal volunteer), Arriva bus driver Dave Lewis and Katie Lowe with baby Alfie, on the Arriva Poppy Bus.

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The Thurmaston Branch of the Royal British Legion join Arriva Midlands to launch the 2018 Poppy Appeal with a specially designed Poppy Bus, seen here at their Arriva Thurmaston Depot, Thurmaston, Leicestershire, on November 1, 2018. L-R: Jez Downie (County Standard Bearer), Linsey Frostick (Arriva General Manager), Eileen Blount (Poppy Appeal volunteer), and Chris Downie (Deputy Branch Standard Bearer) with the Arriva Poppy Bus.

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The Thurmaston Branch of the Royal British Legion and friends join Arriva Midlands to launch the 2018 Poppy Appeal with a specially designed Poppy Bus, seen here at their Arriva Thurmaston Depot, Thurmaston, Leicestershire, on November 1, 2018.

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The Thurmaston Branch of the Royal British Legion join Arriva Midlands to launch the 2018 Poppy Appeal with a specially designed Poppy Bus, seen here at their Arriva Thurmaston Depot, Thurmaston, Leicestershire, on November 1, 2018. L-R: Jez Downie (County Standard Bearer), Cllr Andy Dent (Thurmaston Legion Branch Chairman), Cllr Dave Atterbury (Thurmaston Legion Branch President), Linsey Frostick (Arriva General Manager), and Chris Downie (Deputy Branch Standard Bearer) with the Arriva Poppy Bus.

Thurmaston Parish Church