First aid charity receives £2,000

St John's Ambulance, Nightingale Close.'Cheque presentation to St John's Ambulance.''Pictured; Cadets Poppy Price and James Settman with trainer Mark Saberton and Superintendent Enid Gathercole are presented with a check for �2000 from Simon Harding Valerie Legg and Carol Marsh from the Church Walks Charity.
St John's Ambulance, Nightingale Close.'Cheque presentation to St John's Ambulance.''Pictured; Cadets Poppy Price and James Settman with trainer Mark Saberton and Superintendent Enid Gathercole are presented with a check for �2000 from Simon Harding Valerie Legg and Carol Marsh from the Church Walks Charity.
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AN ORGANISATION which raises funds for local causes by selling items outside a home has donated £2,000 to St John Ambulance.

Church Walks Charities, run by Simon Harding and Valerie Legg, gave the money towards a new hydraulic stretcher for the Bury St Edmunds division of the first aid charity.

Since launching in 1999, Church Walks Charities has amassed more than £65,000 from sales of plants and local produce outside 26 Church Walks – between Bridewell Lane and College Street, in Bury – and other activities. Their next good cause will be the Milkmaid Folk Arts Centre CIC, which has been set up by the Milkmaid Folk Club for people to experience and enjoy the world of music, drama and art through tutorials, workshops, concerts and therapy.

Visit www.churchwalks charities.co.uk