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Hankelow Amenities Group would like to say a big 'THANK YOU' to everyone who supported Hankelow Village Fete on Fathers' Day, Sunday, 18th June.

This year the weather was very kind to us and a large number of local residents and visitors enjoyed an afternoon for all the family in glorious sunshine.

Hankelow Amenities Group is happy to report that following a very successful afternoon, The British Heart Foundation will receive a donation of £1,500. 00. and other local charities will also receive donations.

Thank you to everyone who attended or helped in any way to make the event such a success.

Ian and Ann Jones
Members of and on behalf of Hankelow Amenities Group.

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