Posted: October 2019
There will be a Tea and Coffee Morning in the Welcome Space this Friday, 18th October from 10am to 12noon in support of Epilepsy Action. Cakes and crafts will also be on sale and further offers of help will be gratefully received by Brenda Horne (telephone 428580).
Do come along if you can to support this charity, more details of which can be found by clicking here.
The Macmillan Coffee Mornings on 27th and 28th September raised a magnificent £226 for the charity. Many thanks to all who have made cakes and supported the charity.
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