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Nominations and entries for these awards were invited by Cheshire Community Action for the 2014 Community Pride Awards, which are sponsored by Essar Oil UK.

Some of the entry deadlines for certain awards had now passed for 2014, so CM Vision Group submitted entries in the following categories:

Best community initiativeCommunity Spirit

The deadline for entries was 16th April, 2014.

Judging for these categories will take place in our community throughout the summer months. Once this process begins, you can help Church Minshull gain points by
keeping everywhere clean, tidy and free from litter.

To help do this, CM Vision Group in conjunction with the Parish Council, will raise awareness of organised events for such things as hedge cutting, pavement clearing and litter picking .

It is hoped that the community will support this initiative and get behind it with the spirit , we know we have in Church Minshull.

Your support will be much appreciated.

More to come on this....

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