Crewe To Manchester Walk
This intrepid band of volunteers set out from Crewe on Sunday morning via Holmes Chapel where they met up with the parents and family of Nell Jones.
Later they called in at Chelford Church for refreshments and a comfort break, before continuing their walk in to Manchester as part of the widespread response to the Manchester Arena Terrorist attack, raising awareness of the existence of the Penny Fund which is collecting to give help to the many wounded and to the bereaved families.
Unfortunately, the Just Giving page for this fund has now closed
Instead if you wish to support the same cause in some way you can donate to the Manchester Evening News Appeal, you can use the link here.
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