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OFFICIAL club website of stoke city

Village Hall Receives Community Fund Backing

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STOKE CITY'S Community Fund has made a donation to help fund a refurbishment at Werrington Village Hall.

The Fund, which is sponsored by Stone-based company Sabit, donated £200 to the fund, which will go towards work inside the building.

Head of Community Adrian Hurst, who is pictured with Carol Ashley, John and Tony Matthews outside Werrington Village Hall, said:

"Village Halls like Werrington are essential to local Communities and we were happy to contribute to making the facility more secure with the new doors."

Carol Ashley added: "I would like to thank Stoke City Community Fund for making a donation to the refurbishment."

For more information on the Club's Community Trust, click HERE



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