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Grosvenor raises charity cash

Published: 20 January 2009
Grosvenor Garden Centre has raised more than £3,000 for a Chester-based charity.
Grosvenor raises charity cash
The money will help Save the Family a charity providing sheltered accommodation for homeless families in north west England and Wales.

The worthy cause was nominated as Grosvenor's official charity for 2008 and the firm stocked a range of Save the Family jams, chutneys and eco-friendly branded shopping bags.

Grosvenor supported the charity throughout 2008 with the final figure boosted by horticulturalist, Charles Ashley, who completed the gruelling Snowdonia Marathon.

"I was delighted to be able to help such a worthwhile cause," said Mr Ashley.

He added: "I have taken part in this marathon five times but this one proved harder than previous years as we battled severe gales, torrential rain and even sleet!"


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