By Robert Hope - 5th October 2018 6:06am
Spent a fantastic day in Whitchurch on Sunday 16th September with Cheshire, Shropshire,Staffordshire Blood Bikes and Chance Changing Lives for the homeless.
Small Charities often get forgotten but they are the unsung heroes in our communities. We would like a say a Big Thank You to all these Charities especially those in Audlem who give us so much to make our world a better place.
Every penny donated can change a life-- Small Charities need your help!!
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