By Audlem Webteam - 5th January 2008 9:58pm
Karen Bradshaw, Guide Leader, has contacted Audlem Online with the following message:
"A huge thank you to all the children / Guides / Cubs and Brownies who worked extremely hard collecting Christmas trees this afternoon. The weather was favourable and they were obviously enjoying themselves by 'doing their bit' towards Scout and Guide Hall funds. They were also wonderful at tidying the carpark up after today's loading.
"Look out for them tomorrow! If you still need your tree removing, leave it at the end of your drive between 12 noon and 2pm with a cheque for £2.50 (at least!!) in a plastic bag, made payable to the 'Audlem Scout and Guide Hall'. It would be much appreciated!"
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