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Church Minshull Charity Calendar on sale...!

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The Church Minshull 'scythe doesn't matter' Charity Calendar is now on sale.

The 'Porklad' calendar is raising money for 'Prostate Cancer UK' and a local charity 'The Joshua Tree' which supports families affected by childhood cancer ... two very worthy causes.

In re-creating an iconic scene from 'Poldark', we have 12 of Church Minshull's finest bodies at different locations of Church Minshull, in postures which will definately cause you a sharp intake of breath (one way or another, hence the anagram of Poldark) .

They on sale in good time, to get your nearest and dearest, a gift that keeps on giving all year.

To purchase one (or more), contact Kerry on 01270 522144, or visit our table at 'The Fugitives' concert on 13th November, or at the Church Fair at the end of November, in St Bartholomews.

Priced at £10.00 each, we hope you will support these great causes by buying a calendar and reward the guys who 'got their top off for charity', for their effort and humility

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