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I just wanted to take this opportunity to introduce The George Heath Foundation to the people of our village. The Foundation was formally recognised as a charity by the Charity Commission in October 2016, and has been established to support organisations and individuals in our local area who may need assistance.
So far three donations have been made -- to the Tarvin Pre-School Nursery for their mud kitchen, to Tarporley Cottage Hospital for the refurbishment of their day room, and to local boy Charlie Horton as he begins proton therapy in America to target a brain tumour.
Other projects are currently under consideration by our team of trustees.
Our next events are The George Heath Memorial Trophy Football Tournament on May 27th at the Rec and an evening celebration the same day at the Community Centre.

Our fundraising efforts are therefore aimed at raising money for our villages. We really would be very grateful if you could help us spread the word!

Our website is www.thegeorgeheathfoundation.org.uk

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