By Bob and Caroline Hope - 22nd November 2019 6:08am
Sleep out on November 29th
For everyone who sleeps out our Charity will provide a hot meal and a warm bed for one night for a homeless person.
Caroline Hope will be sleeping out on the 29th of this month and we are placing Charity collecting boxes in the newsagents and at Lord Combermere in Audlem.
We are delighted to say that Ralph Warburton not only will be one of Caroline's sponsors but will be saying something about the event at Lord Combermeres quiz night.
Our Charity, Always Ahead, which is supported by The Lighthouse Centre in Crewe, has also put a proposal to transform the old Flag Lane Swimming Baths into a vibrant Community Centre for the people of Crewe.
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