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The total sales of the Church Minshull Porklad calendar has reached a massive 125 copies. With the additional sales of lapel pins, DVDs, T-shirts, sponsorship and matched funding; the total raised by the calendar activities is an incredible
£2, 358.00...!!!

CM Vision would like to thank all Calendar guys and gals, Bentley Motors, DA Roberts, Grenson Motors, Aqueduct Marina and Barclays Bank for their generous donations. It would also like to thank each and every person who supported this charity event, by either purchasing a calendar, a pin, a T-shirt, or who simply gave a donation...it was really appreciated.

The funds raised will be split equally between Prostate Cancer UK and the local charity, The Joshua Tree.

Representatives from the Joshua Tree came to Church Minshull for a publicity photo shoot recently and an article has appeared in the Nantwich News. Hopefully the Gaurdian and Chronicle group of papers will follow, highlighting the efforts of the pepole who took part in creating the calendar.

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