Well, Christmas is on its way and in spite of the cutbacks in Cheshire East, Chelford has managed to put up some lights and a Christmas tree.
All this has been managed at no cost to the community and with the generous support of:
- Chelford Farm Supplies for siting the tree and providing the power for the tree lights
- Wright Marshall for providing the tree
- Rob Leach of Audile for the loan of lights and tech stuff
- Andrew Norbury of Chapelwood Farm for a lot of hard work putting up the tree
Lets hope the 100mph winds stay away for a while!
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