- Answering my 27 April 2014 query about an unexplained photo of Simon Weston on the charity’s website, agent Matthew Fisher invited me to contact him again if there are “any further issues”. (https://dralexmay.wordpress.com/2014/04/28/accessible-aid-for-heroes-response-from-simon-weston/)
- I thought that Mr Weston should know about my experience trying to find out how much of the “prize draw” ticket price goes to the charity. It’s bad enough that the “prize draw” Terms and Conditions on its website don’t say. But Accessible Aid For Heroes also refuses to disclose the proportion on request, it seems. My 11 May 2014 email to Mr Fisher included a link to my 10 May 2014 blog post, “Accessible Aid For Heroes: Response that doesn’t answer the question”. (https://dralexmay.wordpress.com/2014/05/10/accessible-aid-for-heroes-response-that-doesnt-answer-the-question/) I asked him to tell me whether Mr Weston is still happy to be associated with the charity.
- In a response today (13 May 2014) Mr Fisher wrote: “We do not know all the facts so [it] would be unfair for us to take sides. I will raise the issue with them though.”