Piste Wine Bar hosts fundraising event for Tarporley hospital
An event at the Piste Wine Bar in Tarporley has raised more than £1,300 for Tarporley Memorial Hospital.
For One Night Only, on Sunday, January 24, was sponsored by Cheshire Lamont estate agents in the village and run by a women’s book club.
Almost 100 tickets were sold for the event and gifts were donated by more than 35 local businesses which were raffled on the night.
There was live music from James Ball, Violet Louise and the L’Usherettes.
Chester National Autistic Society branch receives cheque
The Cheshire West and Chester Branch of the National Autistic Society has been presented with a cheque for £2,200 by the The Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes.
This will be used to run courses for parents to share experiences and reduce the isolation that so often happens when caring for a disabled child.
Details of the Cheshire branch can be found at www.nas-cheshire.org.uk or by phoning 01606 783295.
Family raises funds for Countess of Chester Hospital
The parents, friends and family of a Broughton boy have been fundraising to show their support for the hospital that cared for him.
The children’s unit at the Countess of Chester Hospital is one of three hospitals that treated three-year-old Thomas Swift during a recent illness.
A midnight sponsored walk, a climb up Moel Famau and a nursery super hero day were some of the many things undertaken to raise a total of £3,300, split equally between the three hospitals.
Mum Marjit said: “We can’t single out any member of staff to thank as all the staff on the Children’s ward at the Countess were just amazing.”
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