Christmas Tree Fundraiser

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St Andrew's Church has been chosen as one of this years' supported charities by Broomheath Plantation.

Xmas tree

The main charity, as with everything Broomheath Plantation does, is the British Acoustic Neuroma Association -BANA which is the charity that supports people with brain tumours. Other beneficiaries are PTAs at schools they work with around the North West. When you purchase a tree you need to mention the charity you wish to support.

You have the opportunity to pre-select your Christmas Tree at Broomheath Plantation and mark it for either, self cut and collect, or, for delivery to your home on your chosen date after Nov 30th.
The plantation is open for pre-selection between 10am and 4pm on Tues, Wed, Thur, Sat and Sun until Nov 30th and then 10am until 4pm daily until 23rd Dec.
Payment is taken on collection or delivery and profits are split between the chosen charities.

Editor 's comment 'Come on Tarvin brighten up your Christmas with a Christmas Tree and help local and other charities too'

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