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Fancy a works night out with your team? Why not try Gala Bingo Wednesbury! Come along and join us for your works night out party! Party pack is £10 per head (minimum of 8 people) but you..
3 days of music at Hawkstone Park Follies Friday 29th June - The ultimate Michael Jackson tribute show Relive the Magic of Michael Jackson - James Baker..
The world’s most prestigious sporting tournament returns and we’re ready for it at Rileys. With all the passion, excitement and action you want to get the best seat in the house and not miss a second. There truly is no experience like watching the World Cup at Rileys. Our dedicated Fanzones allow you to catch all the..
A regional housebuilder has given a donation to Meningitis Now after a Uttoxeter family requested for the money in memory of their baby daughter. Mr Russ Fisher applied to Persimmon Homes West Midlands for the Rubie Jane Fisher Forever Fund to become a Community Champion, and asked for a £250 donation. The scheme provides monthly match-funded cash grants. Russ said: “Our daughter Rubie Jane was just six weeks old when bacterial meningitis stole her short life in just five hours in May 2015...
A Gobowen charity that helps children with disabilities which affect their movement has received a donation from a regional builder to help them buy sensory equipment. The Movement Centre received £1,000 from Persimmon Homes West Midlands, based in Wolverhampton, through its Community Champions scheme. The builder chose the group to benefit from its monthly match-funded donation. The centre, based at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, provides Targeted Training which helps children with cerebral..
A North Shropshire based Riding for the Disabled group has received a £1,000 donation from a regional builder to help with a fundraising drive to provide an indoor arena. Persimmon Homes West Midlands, based in Wolverhampton, donated the money to the Perry Riding for the Disabled group through its Community Champions scheme. The builder chose the group to benefit from its monthly match-funded donation. The group, based in Yeaton, near Shrewsbury, has raised £800,000 towards a £1m total to build a new indoor arena so that participants can..
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