We had the pleasure of attending this event for the second year. More information here https://www.haltonhaven.org.uk/tea-three/ a fabulous event that allows people to remember and honour loved ones by releasing butterflies. Music was provided by the talented Gareth Heesom Music
The Mersey and Weaver Scouts were there with their climbing wall see https://mwscouts.org/
Lots of stalls and activities, plus a really powerful talk from Jean a Hospice patient around what the Hospice means to her!
Also present was a teenager called Aidan Jackson who is selflessly raising money to purchase community defribrillators that with the local Mayoress unveiled the new defribrillator located at the front of the Hospice see more here https://www.runcornandwidnesworld.co.uk/news/16401665.teenager-vows-to-save-lives-by-providing-community-defibrillators/ also to donate visit https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/aidan-jacksoncommunitydefibrillator-1
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