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Cheshire Police Federation annual dinner dance, Carden Park.

PUBLISHED: 14:40 28 November 2011 | UPDATED: 20:22 20 February 2013

Simon Roberts, chairman of Cheshire Police Federation with Carol and Alistair Laing from the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust, Laura Green, Mal Hampson from Halton Speak Out and Chief Constable David Whatton

Simon Roberts, chairman of Cheshire Police Federation with Carol and Alistair Laing from the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust, Laura Green, Mal Hampson from Halton Speak Out and Chief Constable David Whatton

An impressive £10,800 was raised for two local charities at the Cheshire Police Federation annual dinner dance. PHOTOGRAPHY BY PHIL WRIGHT

An impressive 10,800 was raised for two local charities at the Cheshire Police Federation annual dinner dance. The event, held in conjunction with Chief Constable David Whatton, took place at Carden Park. There was entertainment from Siren string quartet and dance band, Natty and The Fam.



The money raised will be split between The Childrens Adventure Farm Trust, a charity that provides activities for chronically sick, disabled and disadvantaged children, and the Halton Speak Out, a group for people with learning difficulAn impressive 10,800 was raised for two local charities at the Cheshire Police Federation annual dinner dance.

The event, held in conjunction with Chief Constable David Whatton, took place at Carden Park. There was entertainment from Siren string quartet and dance band, Natty and The Fam.

The money raised will be split between The Childrens Adventure Farm Trust, a charity that provides activities for chronically sick, disabled and disadvantaged children, and the Halton Speak Out, a group for people with learning difficulties.

PHOTOGRAPHY BY PHIL WRIGHT



The print version of this article appeared in the December 2011 issue of Cheshire Life

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