Thank You Heather
One of our roving reporters came across an unsung hero today in the shape of Heather Hammond. Heather had decided that the road sign on Clay Heyes needed bringing back to life and respectability and so she set about removing the rust and giving the sign a lick of paint. Heather commented that people were fortunate to live in Chelford and so it was important to keep the village looking good. Heather and her husband Peter are also part of the group of volunteers who keep the station in such tip top condition. So residents of Clay Heyes give Heather a big thanks when next see her and say well done to her for supporting our community.
Good job Heather!
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