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Fun and games at Thomas Cook
5:20pm Friday 28th September 2012 in News
EMPLOYEES at the Thomas Cook shop in Knutsford are holding a charity event in aid of the Joining Jack and Thomas Cook Children’s Charities.
The King Street shop is hosting a fundraiser for both charities in the form of a mini fete on Saturday between 9am and 5pm.
New and existing customers are invited to join the team for a number of traditional fete games, such as guess the weight of the cake, refreshments, a book stall and a bric-a-brac sale.
Joining Jack was set up by former professional rugby league player, Andy Johnson, after his son Jack was diagnosed with Duchene Muscular Dystrophy, which has no cure.
The Thomas Cook charity was launched in 2009 to make dreams come true for sick and disadvantaged children.
Store manager Les Young said: “Joining Jack and the Thomas Cook Children’s Charity are close to our hearts.
“We want to raise as much money as possible for these worthy causes.
“We’ll be running fun traditional games for all the family.
“We look forward to sharing a drink and some refreshments with new and existing customers.”