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Rodney Cottrell has contacted us to ask us to advertise several events that have been organised to raise funds for the local Nantwich Branch of the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institute).

They are:

  • A stall under the Buttermarket in Audlem Square on Saturday 13 September from 9 am to 1pm. The stall will be selling Christmas cards, calendars and seasonal gifts.
  • The Annual Dedication Service for the RNLI on Wednesday 24 September at Sound Chapel. The event starts at 7pm and refreshments will be available.
  • A Bridge Drive at the Scout & Guide Hall on Thursday 23 October at 1pm for a 1.30 pm start. Entrance is £5.75 including refreshments and there are good prizes to be won. This is an event organised jointly by the Crewe & Nantwich RNLI Branch and the Scout & Guide Hall fundraising committee. For pay on the door enquiries and to book a table contact 01270 812032 or 811454.

Please do your best to go along to any or all of these events and help support this worthwhile charity. All are welcome.


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