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Redrow to Sponsor Tattenhall's 2018 Charity Beer Festival

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Tattenhall Charity Beer Festival Committee is delighted to announce that, for the second consecutive year, Redrow have kindly agreed to be the principal sponsor of this premier fundraising event within our village. Our sincere thanks to Redrow for this huge commitment.

As reported last week, the three nominated charities that we will be supporting this year are: 'Chester — Aid to the Homeless', 'The NeuroMuscular Centre' in Winsford and 'Breast Cancer NOW'.

We will be publishing regular updates in the coming months — watch this space but just pop 12th and 13th October in your diaries.

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