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Former Slade frontman is a patron for the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust
11:00am Thursday 29th March 2012 in News
POP legend Noddy Holder is inviting everyone to 'get down and get with it' at the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT).
The former Slade frontman and his wife Suzan have become patrons for the Millington-based children's charity.
Noddy said: “"We are both very proud to be of help to CAFT in any way we can. The work they do not only enhances children's lives but also the families, staff and helpers. The kids' smiles say it all."
The adventure farm provides holidays, respite and daytrips for terminally ill, chronically sick, disabled and disadvantaged children from all over the north west.
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