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£9,431
raised of £20,000 target by 294 supporters

    Weʼve raised £9,431 to help Bullring and lower town-based businesses affected by the floods in Northwich.

    Northwich, Cheshire
    Funded on Monday, 22nd March 2021

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    Story

    On top of the current pandemic, Northwich has been hit by devastating floods that have affected businesses in the Bullring and lower Northwich town badly.

    Most are small independent businesses, set up by local entrepreneurs that add great value to our market town.

    Given the huge loss of custom and revenue, a lot of these businesses have had to face over the last year, these floods are a real kick in the teeth.

    This Just Giving page is setup to raise funds to help support those local, independent businesses that have been directly affected by the floods of January 2021.

    Please donate what you can, we know times are tough, but every little helps.

    WALK, RUN, RIDE FOR NORTHWICH

    If you want to help raise money for this cause then get involved with Walk, Run, Ride for Northwich on Strava.

    With lockdown still in full force and daily exercise the only real means for a lot of people to get out and do something active, let's use this time to do some good and raise some funds those businesses that have been affected by these floods.

    We're looking for people to ask friends and family to sponsor them, via donations to this page to walk, run and ride as far as they can between now and the end of February.

    The aim is to get as many people contributing to the distance to see how far we can go as a collective. First target is John O'Groats to Lands End, that's 838 miles, or 1348 km.

    We want everyone to get involved, every walk, every run, every ride. Join the club on Strava and record the distance on and let's see what this awesome town can do.

    https://www.strava.com/clubs/northwich-floods

    Head to Facebook to get involved https://www.facebook.com/northwichfloods/

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    Update: 23rd Jan

    After speaking with people directly in touch with some of the businesses affected by the floods the financial support needed is much greater than £5000 so we've increased the target to £20,000. The damage done by the floods is incredible and there is a huge amount of repair work needed to these independent businesses.

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    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Mar 21, 2021

      For the Quiz

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      Anonymous

      Mar 21, 2021

      £10.00

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      Anonymous

      Mar 21, 2021

      RG431

      £5.00

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      RG429

      Mar 21, 2021

      £5.00

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      Zoomed Out

      Mar 21, 2021

      RG430

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    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Mar 21, 2021

      RG428

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      Claire Walsh

      Mar 21, 2021

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      £5.00

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