Posted: October 2016
From this Wednesday, 2nd November, you can buy all your charity Christmas cards in our church from 10am — 4pm. The Cards For Good Causes temporary shop will be open thereafter for these hours from Monday to Saturday until Saturday 17th December. Cards for Good Causes is the UK's largest multi-charity Christmas card organisation and as Gloria Hunniford said, "It's that time of year again and Cards for Good Causes is a great way to support charities at Christmas and with such a wonderful choice of cards, there's something to suit everyone." Come and see for yourself.
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Hall & rooms 4/5
Hall & rooms 4/5