Set up by a group of serving and former policemen from Greater Poland, the shelter looks after dogs and horses which have been retired from duty in various police and military units and are unable to be homed with their service handlers after leaving active service.
Launching the initiative in July, Warsaw’s three-year-old KTS Weszło SA has so far attracted over 11,000 investors to be part owners of the club.
Silver-winning Olympic javelin thrower Maria Andrejczyk is to auction her medal to raise funds for a life-saving operation on a small child.
Thought to contain WWII secrets including traitors, the archive believed to be inside the Bond-like underworld complex has been described as ‘an invaluable source of information about the dark times of the WWII occupation.’
VIDEO: Organized by the Positive Ways group, the drive will see Ferraris, Porsches, Maseratis, Aston Martins, Lamborghinis, McLarens and Koenigseggs go from Kraków to Kołobrzeg in week-long ride.
Founded by two veterans who were unable to return to Poland after the war, the Polish club in Kirkcaldy, Fife, has been a centre of social and cultural life for almost 70 years. Now locals have signed a petition to stop it being sold.
Operating between 1942 and 1944, the Jewish vendors aged between six and sixteen have been described as “the little heroes of WWII who, through their own survival, defeated the enemy.”
The child’s desperate mum said: “We are starting a fight to save Bartek’s tiny heart. Doctors have no doubts –surgery is the only chance to save Bartek’s life! There's a bomb ticking in our son's chest.”