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Coats, Sleeping Bags, Toiletries Being Accepted for Christmas Appeal Until 12 December

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This year the Christmas Appeal by the 3 churches of Tattenhall, Handley and Burwardsley is in support of SHARE, a charity that offers original and ambitious new schemes to aid homeless people in Chester and refugees in Syria and across Europe.

How can you help???
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Donations will be gratefully received of

  • Sleeping bags
  • Warm clothing
  • Baby carriers
  • Rucksacks
  • Toiletries and blankets for the Homeless in Chester.

    So in this time of friends, family and let's be honest, excess, have a look at what is surplus in your wardrobe / cupboard and pass it on to someone who needs it.

    Please leave your donations before the 12th December at any of the following locations — or contact us here at the Webteam if we can help by collecting them and delivering on your behalf

    Donations can be dropped off at —

  • your local church,
  • the The Rectory, 17 Oaklands Ave,
  • 6 Castlefields,
  • 9 Oaklands Cresent,
  • Tickeridge House, Milton Green

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