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Egg-cellent Easter at CAFT

Egg-cellent Easter at CAFT

Over the last four weeks we have received a staggering amount of Easter Eggs from companies and individuals across the North-West. The total amount donated so far is an incredible 1421! We continue to be amazed by the generosity of our supporters:

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Sensory Plant Play

Sensory Plant Play

The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust has so many wonder and engaging attractions, one of them being our beautiful sensory garden. The garden is home to lots of lovely plants that all smell, look and feel unique; perfect for stimulating the senses!

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Easter Egg Appeal

Easter Egg Appeal

It’s that wonderful, chocolatey time of year again and the Easter Bunny is getting ready to hop his way over to CAFT. Our lovely friends at Access Self Storage, Santander UK and Citypress have hatched a plan and are busy collecting Easter Eggs for all the kids visiting over the Easter holidays. And we think it would be an egg-cellent idea if you help us too...

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CAFT 2018

CAFT 2018

After a fantastically festive Christmas filled with many parties, a fair few Santa’s, hundreds of presents and lots and lots of happy, smiling children, a new year has begun and so has our 2018 holiday programme.

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CAFT Patrons Comedy Gala

CAFT Patrons Comedy Gala

The lovely CAFT Patrons, John Bishop, Jason Manford and John Thompson hosted a fantastically funny night in aid of CAFT on Monday the 16th of October.

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Walking on fire for CAFT

Walking on fire for CAFT

28 supporters braved their soles in aid of CAFT on Friday the 19th of September to raise money for CAFT.

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Family Fun and Open Day 2017

Family Fun and Open Day 2017

On Sunday the 24th of September, CAFT opened its gates for the Annual Family Fun and Open Day and this year it was bigger and better.

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Sir Bobby Charlton unveils new CAFT bus.

Sir Bobby Charlton unveils new CAFT bus.

A few months ago, CAFT received a very generous donation from the Cheshire Freemasons in the form of a grant for new mini-bus. The adapted bus is a valued addition to the CAFT fleet and is specially designed to suit the needs of all the children visiting the farm. When the bus arrived we marked the occasion with a grand unveil by our President Sir Bobby Charlton and his wife Lady Norma. Also in attendance was the Cheshire Freemasons Provincial Grand Master Stephen Martin Blank and CAFT’s Nick Montague and Rob Bashforth.

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Funday this Sunday at CAFT

Funday this Sunday at CAFT

Preparations are well under way at CAFT for this year’s Annual Family Fun Day and Open Day.

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Warrington Wolves work hard for CAFT

Warrington Wolves work hard for CAFT

26 members of the rugby league rugby team put their muscles to good use with a day of volunteering down on the farm.

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