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SUMBA On BBC North West News

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SUMBA's Graham Russell and Ellie Brown were featured in BBC's North West Tonight's early evening news programme on Wednesday May 3.

The filming at Cholmondeston Lock was in support of Canal & River Trust's campaign"500 Miles Of Canal Up For Adoption" which was launched the same day.

SUMBA, as CRT's largest adoption group looking after 5 1/2 miles of the Middlewich Branch Canal, was proud to have been chosen to help promote the national campaign.

CRT's Press Release
BBC IPlayer link to North West Tonight — Advance to 22 mins

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