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B-I-R-D - George

B.I.R.D (Brain Injury Rehabilitation & Development) is a Cheshire based charity (Registered Charity No: 326194) that helps to treat children and adults with a vast array of conditions. B.I.R.D does not receive funding for its services and relies upon donations for its work to continue.

On 24th October 2015 B.I.R.D are organising a fundraiser at the Curzon Park Golf Club in Chester which will include a auction hosted by Ted Roberts who is famous for being a television presenter and radio broadcaster. They are looking for auction prizes which will greatly boost their fundraising efforts.

If anyone would like to make a donation to this good cause you can contact Sophie Haslett by email: sophiehaslett@outlook.com or by phone: 01244679808ll. Donations will be properly thanked and acknowledged on the evening.

Ed: Further information about B.I.R.D. and its work can be found at www.birdcharity.org.uk

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