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Big Switch On — Salvation Army Food Appeal

One of  the most important  messages of Christmas for children to learn (and adults too !) is that of giving to others.

This can be put into action during the Big Switch On evening (Thurs. 24th November) by donating food for Crewe's Salvation Army Food Appeal. Please take any contributions of tinned and/or dried food to Hoc's Fat Pigeon, which is acting as a collection point on this special evening.

If you don't wish to take food stuff out with you from home, then why not take advantage of the late night opening and buy some thing from the local shops ? All donations will be warmly welcomed and will be used to help those suffering genuine hardship this Christmas in the Crewe area.

Please give generously to this worthwhile cause.

 

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