Nantwich Young Farmers’ Club Raise £5,980 For Local Charities

Text by Jonathan White. Photo by by Liz Boffey

Nantwich Young Farmers’ Club performed their annual pantomime, which this year was ‘Puss in Boots’, from 10th to 13th January at Acton Parish Hall and collected £5,980 for two charities at the event.

The money raised has been distributed between Bloodwise and St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice

A cheque for £2,990 was presented to Liz Boffey from Bloodwise (South Cheshire) and a cheque for £2,990 was presented to Angela Slack from St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice, prior to the Nantwich Young Farmers’ Club’s Annual General Meeting at Acton Parish Hall on 29th May 2018.

Liz Boffey from Bloodwise (South Cheshire) said, “Bloodwise South Cheshire are indebted to Nantwich Young Farmers Club for the magnificent sum of £2,990. All monies raised go directly into research of all 137 Blood Cancers and as the local Branch of Bloodwise, it is wonderful to receive this generous donation within our area. Blood Cancer affects children, so it is particularly appropriate that young people have supported us in this way. Thanks to the amazing support of the young farmers, we remain committed and will continue to enjoy their excellent pantomimes!” For further information, please contact Liz Boffey on 01948 871250 or

Angela Slack from St Luke’s (Cheshire) Hospice said: “We are incredibly grateful for the continued support of the Nantwich Young Farmers’ Club. Their annual pantomime is not only a fabulous family event but has also raised an amazing amount for patient care at our Hospice over the years. Thank you to everyone who supported this event.”

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