Charity boost for organisations

Cheque Presentation at Chatteris Town Council Chamber''LtoR, Michael Graves (chairman), presents �1,000 to Janet Smith(church), Ann Granger (Court Leet Committee), Rosemary Stimson(Historical Group), Joanna Melton Historical Group), and presenting a cheque for �500 is Karen Smith(Court Leet Committee)''''www.fenlandcitizen.co.uk/buyaphoto
Cheque Presentation at Chatteris Town Council Chamber''LtoR, Michael Graves (chairman), presents �1,000 to Janet Smith(church), Ann Granger (Court Leet Committee), Rosemary Stimson(Historical Group), Joanna Melton Historical Group), and presenting a cheque for �500 is Karen Smith(Court Leet Committee)''''www.fenlandcitizen.co.uk/buyaphoto
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TWO Chatteris causes have been given a bumper boost by the town’s Court Leet Estate.

Chatteris Court Leet Estate is a charity which owns 24 acres of land and the income from this is donated to local causes for the improvement of the town.

The charity’s chairman, Michael Graves, presented £1,000 to Chatteris Church towards providing extra security measures in the wake of recent thefts, and £500 went to the town’s Historic Jubilee Festival towards this year’s June events.

Gordon Cartwright, steward for Court Leet Estate, explained the charity is always looking for local causes to support and organisations are welcome to get in touch.

The charity was established in 1869.