Get your Christmas Cards Here!

Home » Latest News » Get your Christmas Cards Here!
Advent calendars at Williams

Charity Christmas Cards At Williams of Audlem

Don't forget you can support both your favourite charities, and your local shops, at Williams' Newsagents in Audlem this Christmas. We now have an even bigger range of charity Christmas cards for this year.

For each charity pack we sell, a minimum donation of 10% (of the sale price) is made to one of the following good causes;

  • Help For Heroes
  • RSPB
  • Marie Curie
  • British Heart Foundation
  • Save The Children
  • Rainbow Trust

In addition we also have "Help For Heroes" Xmas wrapping paper, and assorted charity calendars & diaries.

Shop local and support good causes!

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Audlem Methodist Church
Sat 09 Nov 6:07am  |  hits: 813

Friday November 22ndPassed away peacefully in Leighton Hospital on 4th November 2019 aged 81 years. Joe, beloved husband of Dorothy, dearly loved dad of Simon, Debbie and the late Martin, and much loved grandad to Daniel, Luke, Jake, Sophie, Emily and Hattie, of Nantwich formerly of Audlem. Funeral service at Audlem Methodist Church Friday 22nd November 2019 at 1.00pm. Traditional mourning...

Greek Night at Village Chippy
Tue 12 Nov 6:07am  |  hits: 769

7th December — Greek nightWe have a date for our next Greek Night, it's on Saturday, 7th December. If people would like to book or any questions about the event then feel free to pop in and speak to George, if booking then payment upfront is needed. Please see menu (picture) which has been done by the fabulous Joe of Audlem printers...he always does a great job.Part time job vacancy...

ADAS
Fri 08 Nov 6:08am  |  hits: 750

ADAS volunteersDoing head-counts of volunteers is best carried out when we all sit down for a coffee-break (with chocolate, of course) because they move so fast.Sunday saw us taking on two new village projects -- one being the garden at the Public Hall, the other, the garden around the Doctors' surgery. Given the fantastic number of volunteers, we were able to split into two groups and...