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Making a mountain

Here at EOS HQ the team collected clean, good quality clothes to donate to our local Red Cross charity shop in nearby Kidlington. Over a number of weeks the mountain of clothes grew and we delivered the bags in early January 2017.

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Supporting St Nicholas

Canon300EGbagprizeWe've donated a camera bag and a camera keyring to help our local church in Tackley raise money at its annual Christmas Fair.

Treats for the EOS ladies

There are a few keen bakers amongst the EOS ladies and Tamsin, our youngest member of staff, kindly baked some yummy biscuits to get us in the Christmas spirit and sustain us through our work.

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Doing it for the kids

EOS magazine's chief EOS lady Claire made a batch of 60 owl biscuits for the children of Croughton to decorate at the village's annual Christmas Fayre. The Fayre raised nearly 1200 and all money raised went to support the pupils at Croughton All Saints school.

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Litter picking

The newest member of the team Tina joined forces with local residentsin November 2016 to pick up litter in and around Tackley.

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