By Audlem Webteam - 26th September 2011 7:06am
There are two big charity events coming up this week in Hankelow and Audlem.
On Thursday, 29th September, there's a Charity Quiz Night at the Hankelow Cottage Indian Restaurant at 7.30.
Tickets cost £15 for a 4 course Indian meal with both quiz and raffle prizes to be won! The night is to raise funds in aid of The Brittle Bone Society and Christies Hospital.
For tickets, please contact: Linda Shemilt — 01270 811659; Tricia Williamson — 01270 625492; Hankelow Cottage — 01270 812141.
Both Linda and Tricia are trekking the Great Wall of China in October in order to raise much needed funds for both needy charities. Any sponsorship will be greatly appreciated.
Then, the following morning on Friday, 30th September, Audlem is to join the World's Biggest Coffee Morning in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Please come along to be part of this special fundraising coffee morning on Friday 30th September in the Public Hall, 10.00am — 12pm.
There will be a cake stall, raffle, 2nd hand book stall as well as plenty of tea, coffee and biscuits.
If you would like to donate a cake, books, raffle prizes or indeed your time to help out on the day, then please contact Catherine on 01270 812604.
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