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British Wireless receive grant form charitable trust

03.10.2017

A grant from a Merseyside trust will help British Wireless reach more people.

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British Wireless has received a £540 donation from the Tillotson Bradbery Charitable Trust. The trust provides services for Children, young people, elderly, other charities or voluntary bodies and people with.

Regional Development manager Steven Poole commented: “We can’t thank the Tillotson Bradbery Charitable Trust enough for their kind grant. “

“Being able to reach those people in most need of our service in the local community is always a challenge and its only thanks to grants such as this and the donations from the general public that we are able to help ease the loneliness and isolation sight loss can bring.”



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