Still time to nominate worthy Huntingdonshire cause to win £500

17:00 17 March 2014

Community Chest funds from Taylor Wimpey, St Neots, Sales Executive David Tooley, at the Knights Park offices.

Community Chest funds from Taylor Wimpey, St Neots, Sales Executive David Tooley, at the Knights Park offices.

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There is still plenty of time to nominate a charity or organisation to win £500 in the Community Chest scheme.

The Hunts Post has teamed up with home builder Taylor Wimpey for a second time to give our readers the chance to support a Huntingdonshire worthy cause by nominating them by April 1.

From all the nominations, we will draw up a shortlist and invite readers to vote for the most deserving organisation.

It may be a well-recognised charity or a little-known organisation, it just has to be a group that has enriched the lives of others in the district.

Last year, the nominations were so good, we had a shortlist of 11 charities and organisations with readers choosing Dreamer’s Bar in St Neots as the winner. The £500 provided a lifeline to the popular café, run by people with disabilities, and gave them breathing space while they secured more funding.

INFORMATION: Send your nomination to email news@huntspost.co.uk with ‘Community Chest nomination’ in the subject line. Remember to include your name, telephone number, details of the organisation you are nominating, and why you think it should win.

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