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Audlem Scout and Guide Hall Committee will be collecting and recycling real Christmas trees this weekend, 3rd & 4th of January 2009. There was a tremendous response last year which provides important financial support.

If you would like your tree collected, put the tree out in a visable position with a donation of £2.50, or more if you wish — cheque made out to Audlem Scout & Guide Hall — in an envelope in a polybag tied to the tree. Collections will be made from 11.00am.

There will once again be a champagne draw so your name and a contact telephone number should be placed in the bag with your donation. In the unlikely event that your tree is missed, please call 07788 926632 or 07788 926634.


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