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Beer Festival raises a staggering £3000

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The Tattenhall Charity Beer Festival's reputation as a principal fundraiser within the village lived up to expectations last weekend.

The Beer Festival Committee raised a staggering £3000 which will be divided equally between their two nominated charities, namely 'The NW Air Ambulance Service Charity' and 'The Children's Society'.

Fundraising of this magnitude (up 20% on last year's efforts) is the result of many valued contributors, too many to individually name, but to whom we extend our heartfelt thanks.

That said, we particularly thank Thom Morton for being our key sponsor in 2016. Thom's continued support for worthy causes is overwhelming and for that we thank him.

And to you ALL, in whatever capacity you supported this fundraising event, we applaud you — without you it simply wouldn't have happened!

Watch this space — planning for 2017 has commenced!!

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