This one's for Derek

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Many people in Audlem will be aware that, in October 2006, Buerton resident Derek Jenkins suffered a stroke which left him unable to walk. Thanks to the help of many people he is recovering and we trust that his progress will be maintained in the coming months.

Derek is a friend of Audlem residents Linda and Roland Hall. Their son Gareth (who is a football mate of Derek) will again be running in the London Marathon on Sunday April 22nd 2007 and is raising money for a charity of Derek's choice. All donations will be matched by his employers, the energy company Eon, up to £500 and Derek has decided he would like to support Leighton Hospital through the Mid Cheshire Hospitals Charitable Fund.

If you would like to contribute please let Linda or Roland know -Telephone 01270 812530 or">

It is also hoped to make provision for money to be donated direct on line through the justgiving charities website — details to follow


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