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A Saturday night quiz and a Sunday afternoon cream tea are two fundraisers this Saturday and Sunday (21-22 May) for Action for Children. The £6 tickets for the quiz in our community centre hall include sandwiches, homemade cake, tea, coffee and soft drinks. You can come individually or as a team of up to 8 and join in the fun. Phone Pauline Noble for tickets on 01296 484940.

On Sunday afternoon from 2.45 — 5pm the cream teas will be at the home of Peter and Pamela Farmer, 43 Dobbins Lane, Wendover. Entrance is free and for the tea of homemade cake, tea and scones with jam and cream please make a minimum donation of £3.50 or £10 per family. There will be a Bring and Buy stall, tombola and games for everyone. There will also be time to natter, so do bring a garden chair if you can. If you need help with directions or transport, ring Peter Farmer on 01296 624280. Everyone will be welcome to enjoy this fun(d)-raising event for Action for Children..

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