Posted: October 2016
If you are looking for unique, interesting and attractive ideas for Christmas presents, try Traidcraft. They have an extensive list of fair trade gifts for men, women and children, all made by producers across the globe. So as well as pleasing your loved one, you will be benefiting families and communities, making sure children can go to school, get health care and have a life full of promise that should be available to everyone. They also have Fair Trade Christmas cards, food and Gifts for Life. For their website, click here.
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Next Friday, 28 September between 10am and 12noon, we will once again take part in the Macmillan Cancer Support World's Biggest Coffee Morning. Please join us in our church vestibule and be part of the world's largest coffee (and tea) morning (plus yummy cakes!) to raise funds for this amazing charity. Many thanks to Jean Hamlin who has been involved in coordinating this event here...
This is a diary alert for our Christmas Tree Festival on Friday to Sunday, December 7th, 8th and 9th. Following the great success of the festival last year we are planning for an even bigger and better one for 2018. We are inviting all user groups in our community centre as well as our church groups to take part, as so many did last year. For this year we have a theme, Christmas Carols or...
The shops have started to sell Christmas goods so I thought I'd better remind everyone about the Link to Hope Shoebox Appeal. Leaflets are now available from the coffee bar. Please remember that if you can't fill a shoebox, I'm happy to receive any cash to go towards buying goods to fill a box. Many thanks in advance, Margaret MiskinFor the Link to Hope website...
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