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THE chairman of anAylesford con- struction company is to cycle 300 miles fromLondon to Brussels. Danny Chaney will be joined by


100 other cyclists for the five-day bike ride on behalf of Action Med- ical Research, a charity dedicated to improving the health of children. The riders will leave the London


Velodrome in the Olympic Park on September 12, cycling through the lanes of Essex to Harwich, before sailing across the North Sea to the Hook ofHolland, throughHaarlem and Breda and arriving in Brussels on September 16. To support Action Medical Re-


search andMrChaneywith a dona- tion, go to www.action.org.uk/ sponsor/dannychaney1.


man Bridget er STARA reins


resigned after four years as chair-


Town Active Retirement Association. eceiving a thank you gift from Alan ice chairman. replaced Bridget as chairman, while


THE Swan inWestMalling is host- ing its Summer Party on September 30,with special guest Radio 1’s Pete Tong. The Swan & The Social Summer


ome secretary, succeeding Edith Fen- r the last eight years. the association’s vice chairman, John and Yvonne Wilson as membership


Party will this year raise money for charities Spadework, You Can and Teenage Cancer Trust. Pete Tong, the internationally-ac-


claimed Nic Fanciulli and The Shapeshifters will help to see the summer out in style while raising money for these great causes.


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Hospice benefits from fundraising campaign


SAINSBURY’S in Ayleford has raised £6,585 for theHeart ofKent Hospice charity with the help of staff, customers and volunteers. The store on the Aylesford retail


park is justminutes away fromthe hospice, which has been chosen as the store’s charity of the year for 2017/18. Store manager Steve Surridge


Summer social Conversion work


said: “It has been so good to help a local charity that has touched the lives of many customers and col- leagues. “So many people have told me


WORK was due to start on the China Chaps building in Holbor- ough Road, Snodland, as Town Talk went to press. The company has moved its HQ


to the High Street and the work will be to convert the ground floor retail unit into three smaller units, a change of use of the first floor to two one-bedroom flats and the conversion of existing and newroof space into two bedsits. The ware- house to the rear of the building will become a two-bedroom dwelling.


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theywould have been lostwithout the support of the hospice when faced with a terminal illness and bereavement.” The store helped raise awareness


of the hospice among its customers and staff, promoted the hospice’s services during Carers Week and supported three fundraising events by donating refreshments. Mr Surridge added: “Staff also


held a Christmas jumper day and sold books, DVDs and CDs. Hos-


pice volunteers,Norma andDavid, had their own stall of knitted items and pre-loved toys at the store en- trance for four days. “Togetherwith collection pots at


the tills and instore bucket collec- tions by hospice volunteers, we raised £6,585, which has exceeded the store’s original aspirations of what they expected to raise.” The hospice’s corporate partner-


ships manager, Claire Whybrew said: “Thank you to everyone at Sainsbury’s and their customers who have donated so generously. Your wonderful donation will make a true impact to our patients and their families.”


Change of partner


AYLESFORD Sainsbury’s has dropped its support of the Rosina Animal Rescue charity. The charity no longer has any do-


nation bins available at the store. While some shoppersmay be un-


happy with the decision, a charity spokesman said: “I think they just wanted to change charity partners. We still post informationin local an- imal centres and stores.” ASainsbury’s spokesmansaidthe


businesswasmovingaway froman- imal charities and focusing on peo- ple-based good causes.


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