CHARITY FORMED BY EX SPECIAL FORCES VETERANS SEEKING RETAIL TRADE ENQUIRIES FOR FIRST CHARITY FLAPJACK

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Pilgrim Bandits, the charity formed by ex-special forces veterans, that pushes injured service men and women ‘always a little further’ has launched its own range of Charity Bar flapjacks.

 

The bold move is the brain child of one of the Charity’s trustees, a full time police Sargent,  who worked tirelessly on the project in his spare time.   Sargent Isherwood said “I wanted to create a product that would deliver a return for the Charity for years to come.  Our hope is to sell them through our area fundraisers but also to break into the grocery and hospitality trades.”

 

The Charity Bar is believed to be the first of its kind and is proving popular with early orders from sports clubs, pubs and independent high street stores.  The new Charity Bars can be ordered via www.pilgrimbandits.org for a box of 25 bars in a choice of 3 flavours; original, bakewell and fudge.  Mixed boxes are also available.  Suggested retail prices are from £1.00 for a large 110g bar.  Trade enquiries are welcome too on admin@pilgrimbandits.org.

 

Pilgrim Bandits’ patrons include Duncan Bannatyne OBE and Ben Parkinson MBE.  The charity challenges amputees from all the forces by pulling together extremely arduous expeditions and then sharing their experiences with underprivileged children and young people.

 

Visit www.pilgrimbandits.org for more information or join the charity of Facebook at pilgrimbandits charity.

 

For additional media information please contact:

 

media@pilgrimbandits.org  t. 01425 461600  m. 07767 784295

 

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