Coping with Winter Weather' drop in

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The Nantwich Local Area Partnership (LAP), will be holding a ‘Coping with Winter Weather’ drop in event, at Wrenbury Village Hall, on Saturday 10th November.  

This event is aimed at rural groups, organisations, parishes and members of the community who are interested in dealing with the impact of the winter weather on their lives and their vulnerable neighbours. 

There will be a range of services at the event who will be able to provide free advice, guidance and assist with any issues or concerns. 

The poster outlines details of the event. If you wish to have some input on the day, you’d be very welcome, do please get in touch.  There is plenty of available space for exhibits and promotional stands. 

Jane Kavanagh
Projects Officer
Cheshire East CouncilPerformance & Partnerships

Tel: 01270 685854 or:
jane.kavanagh@cheshireeast.gov.uk" target="_blank">jane.kavanagh@cheshireeast.gov.uk 

Please note that my normal working days are Monday to Thursday

 

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