Charity check; FTBA

December 2004
Cabinet Maker;12/17/2004, Issue 5419, p39
Trade Publication
The article reports that Furnishing Traders Benevolent Association has been spreading ever more goodwill In the run up to Christmas. It arranged for three people to have holidays recently as part of its Edenfield scheme. Alan Sykes, a former Slumberland rep of 10 years, enjoyed a five-day Bournemouth break with his wife Marie. Similarly, 72 year-old Keith Ridgley from Buckinghamshire, who worked for 50 years with Ercol, was treated to a highly enjoyable coach holiday to Scotland, where he and his wife Heather took in breathtaking mountain scenery.


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