Cuerden Residential Park raises funds for North West Blood Bikes

The Chatterboxes group at Cuerden Residential Park in Leyland raised 1,000 for North West Blood Bikes
The Chatterboxes group at Cuerden Residential Park in Leyland raised 1,000 for North West Blood Bikes
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Members of a residential site raised £1,000 for North West Blood Bikes.


The Chatterboxes group at Cuerden Residential Park in Leyland hosted an Autumn fair, where they played stand-up bingo and enjoyed a tombola and various stalls.
Blood Bikes volunteers Paul Cull, Bryan Evans and Paul Pain, brought their bikes and Paul Cull engaged in a short talk about what they do.
The revellers were then serenaded by the Derian Airs, singers with a variety of sing-along favourites.
Cornelius O’Neill, sales and marketing manager at Cuerden Residential Park, said: “Overall, the afternoon raised a very impressive grand total and the Chatterboxes would like to thank everyone who helped to make the afternoon a huge success.”

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