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RETIRED science teacher Guy Milner is well on the way to raising much needed funds for the King's Bursary fund - but he still needs help.

RETIRED science teacher Guy Milner is well on the way to raising much needed funds for the King's Bursary fund - but he still needs help.

Guy has commissioned two beautiful Wentworth Wooden Jigsaws of The King's School in Macclesfield and is donating the profits to the Quincentenary Bursary Fund.

The jigsaws, which feature colour paintings of the boys' division of the school on Cumberland Street and the girls' division on Fence Avenue, were both designed by Ian Price.

There are 800 jigsaws for sale and with 276 of them already being tackled in homes across Macclesfield, the initiative is proving to be a great success.

Guy said: "The jigsaws are selling very well but I still need a lot more support in order to reach my target.

"Once all 800 of the jigsaws have been sold we will be able to donate £5,000 to the King's Bursary."

Each jigsaw is priced at £16 and they are both available from various shops around town including The School Shops at the Cumberland Street and Fence Avenue site.

The jigsaws are available from: G F Baskeyfield; Bookthrift; John Griffiths, physio, Stanley Mews; Olympus Trophies; Shoes by Rose; Berry Opticians; Gatehouse Antiques; Hodgsons Electrical; Paul Peters Electricians; Sunday School Museum Shop and John Douglas of Chestergate.

For more information contact Guy Milner on 01260 227609.

 

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