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Older people in Keighley could have a free holiday at Blackpool
3:23pm Sunday 6th October 2013 in News
Older people in Keighley could have a free holiday at Blackpool.
The Fred Towler Trust is again treating 50 people from across the district to five days in the seaside resort.
They will be taken by executive coach on June 8 to a hotel, where dinners and breakfasts will be included.
The trust was set up by Bradford businessman Mr Towler before he died in 1942.
To be eligible, people should be aged over 60, on a low income and have not had a holiday for at least three years.
Trustee Peter Fattorini said to keep costs down, applications from people prepared to share a room with a friend would be particularly welcome.
But he added: “If you are on your own, don’t be shy about applying – many genuine friendships have been made on Fred Towler holidays. The coach and the hotel rooms are already booked, so all we need now is for people to apply.”
Call 01274 391190 for more information.
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