Posted: April 2018
This Saturday 14th April will see our Book and Jigsaw Fair. Open in the hall from 10:00 — 4:00pm, there will be bacon butties, soup, and tea & cakes available throughout the day, as well as a cake stall and children's activities. We are looking for offers of cakes as well as books and puzzles, so if you can help please speak to Gill Marks 748659 or Lynn Bernstone 420817.
So make a date for this Saturday. Have a browse, have a snack and top up your books and puzzles at knock-down prices!
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