Cheshire Crimebeat commemorate Frank Harding for 15 years of service
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A retirement party was held at Crewe Hill, Farndon, for Frank Harding to celebrate his 15 years of dedication to Cheshire Crimebeat as co-ordinator for the charity.
Cheshire Crimebeat is the High Sheriff’s charity, formed in 1998 by Michael Trevor-Barnston, and gives financial support to youth projects throughout the county.
It has been headed by successive High Sheriffs in their year of office and over 500 projects have now been installed.
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The party was attended by the Lord Lieutenant, High Sheriff, Chief Constable the Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioner as well as 11 past High Sheriffs friends and colleagues.