Where you can spend your £10 Christmas gift voucher

THE list of shops and other organisations taking part in Frodsham Town Council’s popular gift voucher scheme for older residents has been released.
Recipients aged 70 or more can spend their £10 voucher on a Christmas treat at a wide variety of local shops and traders. Or, if they prefer, they can pass their voucher to a local club or society. Altogether there are 35 outlets accepting the vouchers.
However recipients use their vouchers, they will be supporting the local community. The Town Council encourages people to shop locally, and this scheme will inject around £10,000 into the local high street.
If you are a resident aged 70 years or more, it’s not too late to apply for your voucher, but time is running short as the closing date for applications is Friday November 2. Forms are available from FTC’s office in Castle Park, local post offices and www.frodsham.gov.uk. The vouchers will be delivered before the Frodsham Christmas Festival on November 24.
List of participating shops and good causes is as follows:
4 Seasons 4 Food, Main Street
Alan Pickup Butchers, Church Street
Brew + Tucker, Church Street
Browsers Bazaar, Lady Heyes
Celebrations, Church Street
Dandelion Gifts, Church Street
Devonshire Bakery, High Street
DRB Jewellers, Church Street
Elliotts Newsagents, Main Street
Flowers by Jenny Penny
Frodsham Coffee Shop, Main Street
Frodsham Post Office, Main Street
H E Coward Butchers, Main Street
Hales Fruits, Church Street
Halton Haven Hospice Shop, Main St
Home and Beauty, Church Street
Les Harris Jewellers, Main Street
Mayland Art, Church Street
Millmark Foods, Main Street
No. 5 The Barbers, High Street
Overton Village Store, Hillside Road
Paws & Claws, Frodsham Railway Station
Peers Hairdressing, Main Street
Ring ‘O Bells, Bellemonte Road
Robert Gleave & Sons, Mill Lane
St Hilda’s Drive Post Office
The Cottage Teashop, Main Street
The Vintage Teapot, Lady Heyes
Top Marks, Langdale Way
Top Shop, Langdale Way
Good causes
4th Frodsham Scout Group
Frodsham Community Association
Frodsham & District Stroke Club
St Laurence Parish Church
Will to Work Workshop

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