By Anthony Pearson - 19th March 2012 8:42am
Ken Jenkins of Hankelow very kindly donates much of his annual crop of daffodils to Audlem Charity Shop to sell on behalf of their designated charity, which this year is St Luke's Hospice.
140 of these beautiful blooms were specially prepared by Ken for the flower arranger from St Anne's Church in Nantwich where young parishioners presented them to their own mothers and all other ladies in the congregation after Mass yesterday morning, Mothering Sunday.
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