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"This is another example of how the WCPTC has given community inspirers a voice and allowed them to change the way people think about poverty.
Organisations across the borough are also encouraged to sign up to the WCPTC's pledge, which asks for all customers to be treated openly, honestly and respectfully.
Councillor Nicole Meardon, cabinet member for families and children at Cheshire West and Chester Council, said: "The first WCPTC was a big success and I'm looking forward to seeing how we can build on that.
"It was inspiring to hear the stories from the new group of community inspirers, who are dedicated to playing an important role in the second WCPTC.
"Positive relationships have been developed with many local organisations through the first WCPTC and the new group will want to continue that.
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