A place for young people to meet
THE Sportsman Golf Society in Chatteris has presented a £1,220 cheque to the management at Francis House Children s Hospice in East Didsbury, Greater Manchester. Tom Kennedy, the society s 2006 captain, presented the cheque to David Ireland, chief fund-r
THE Sportsman Golf Society in Chatteris has presented a £1,220 cheque to the management at Francis House Children's Hospice in East Didsbury, Greater Manchester.
Tom Kennedy, the society's 2006 captain, presented the cheque to David Ireland, chief
fund-raiser at Francis House.
The money will be used to improve the quality of life for children at the Hospice, whose life expectancy is very short.
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n Pictured are the Chatteris golfers wh helped raise the money POLICE in Whittlesey are working with local youths and Fenland District Council to provide a meeting area in the town for young people.
The project, which has so far raised £8,000, began last year after young people complained they had nowhere to meet. This had led to youths congregating in the town centre in large groups..
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