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A COUNCILLOR who has condemned himself to the "village stocks" in aid of
charity, is pledging a memorable day at the annual Culcheth and
Glazebury Community Day this coming May Day Bank Holiday, (Monday May 6).
A FATHER of three who experienced loneliness while working abroad is
embarking on a marathon bike ride today (Saturday) to raise awareness of the condition,
which can cause emotional despair and suicide.
WARRINGTON-based housing and maintenance company Morris and Spottiswood
is to support the North West Air Ambulance charity by sharing funds
raised and having the charity's logo and website featured on one of
their vans which travels around the north west of England.