Posted: December 2016
If you need more charity Christmas Cards you have until Saturday 17th December to buy them from the Cards For Good Causes shop in our church. It will open until then, Monday to Saturday, 10am to 4pm. The charities receive at least 70p in the £ on the sales, less the VAT paid by Cards for Good Causes.
As well as Christmas cards for many national and local charities, there are calendars, gift wrap, soft toys and ideas for small presents. Saturday 17th is a week on Saturday, so buy or top up your cards while you can.
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