Community Pledge Update

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In celebration of 25 years in business, Nantwich estate agent, Baker Wynne & Wilson, unveiled plans at the
start of the year to pledge an astounding £25,000 to charities and organisations throughout Nantwich and
surrounding areas. The long standing estate agents, received 68 entries and have now selected 24 charities, an
additional 9 to the figure they had originally proposed, who they will divide the money between.

The full list of recipients can be seen by clicking on the link to the pdf file below the photo.

There were two charities in the Audlem area which were successful with their applications — the Overwater Wheelybus scheme and the Scout & Guide Hall.

John Baker presented cheques for the Overwater Wheelybus and Audlem Scout & Guide Hall to Rodney & Christine Cottrell last Friday evening.

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