Royal Warrant Holders, Camel Valley, joined fellow members of the Royal Warrant Holders Association (RWHA) to donate £2500 to St Petroc’s homeless charity, to support the cost of extra food parcels, sleeping bags and hygiene kits during the Covid crisis.
Camel Valley were awarded a Royal Warrant for supplying sparkling wines to HRH the Prince of Wales in 2018 for Royal functions, mainly at Clarence House.
Said Bob Lindo: ‘As RWHA holders, we were given the opportunity to sponsor a local charity. The RWHA charity donated £2000 and we were delighted to add another £500. It’s going to be a long hard winter for Cornwall’s homeless and we hope this will help.’
Chairman RWHs Charity, Nick Farrow, commented: ‘The Royal Warrant Holders Charity Fund is a Trust Fund that donates to Charities all over the UK who are helping people at the sharp end of life. We are very pleased to support, together with Camel Valley, St Petroc’s who are doing fantastic work in the South West.’
Annie Lindo, co-founder of Camel Valley together with husband Bob was a founding member of the group set up to purchase St Petroc’s Bodmin House.
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