‘Whoever did this gives scum a bad name.’

So says Malcolm Garbutt after discovering that some low-life has stolen £120 from money that he had collected for the charity, Help for Heroes.

Mr Garbutt has been manning the stall for nearly two-and-a-half years and has raised more than £40,000 for the charity which supports injured war veterans.

It is unbelievable that some cretin would stoop this low and I agree with Mr.Garbutts sentiment …

‘I’d like to send the culprits out to Afghanistan and see how they get on.

Anyone with information should call Havant police on 101 quoting Operation Bricklin. Alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 101.

Thieves steal cash from Help for Heroes – Local – Portsmouth News.


Burglary is a cowardly act at any time. To break in and steal from a charity store is even more so.

As Soon as Possible (ASAP) cat rescue and the Sue Ryder cancer shop, both in Wellington Way, Waterlooville, were targeted by thieves who broke in from the roofs.

These perpetrators are known to someone and should be handed over to the police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Waterlooville police station by phoning 101.

Shopworkers left picking up the pieces following burglaries in Waterlooville – Local – Portsmouth News.

Waterlooville supermarket staff go the extra mile

Well done to the staff of the Waterlooville branch of Waitrose who raised £1000 for the Samantha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust and for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

STAFF at Waitrose swapped the deli counter and stacking shelves for rowing and running machines.

The group from the Waterlooville store set themselves the challenge of walking, jogging, running, rowing and cycling for a total of 2,012 minutes – 33 hours – over a period of three days.

Waterlooville supermarket staff go the extra mile – Local Business – Portsmouth News.

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