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Active Cheshire awards - Tattenhall Nominees

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Several Tattenhall organisations have been nominated for prestigious Active Cheshire awards.

Jonathan Fell and The Ice Cream Farm have been nominated in 3 categories :
Active Neighbourhood (design) for the free play area that is accessible to all,
Active Kids for encouraging play and activity in children of all ages, and
Health and Social Care for their special sessions for Autistic Children.

Emily Gearing — for Rest Easy Training and her life coaching work in the local community and her support for mental health.

Inspired Villages at Gifford Lea are nominated in 3 Categories :
Health and Social Care for their activity and wellness programs for residents,
Active Minds for their Mental Health support for residents, and
Active Neighbourhood for their integration with the local community and the integrated community they have built at Gifford Lea.

Alison Pritchard and Tattenhall Parish Council have been nominated for the Active Neighbourhood Award, for working closely with the local community — and in particular for the Squirrel Trail.

The awards ceremony will be a spectacular event at Chester Racecourse on 25th September; the shortlist for each award will be announced in the next couple of weeks.

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