Posted: March 2016
You can have a great time and raise money for Action for Children by attending these events in May. On Saturday 21st May at 7pm there is a Quiz Night in our community centre. It will include sandwiches, home-made cake, tea, coffee and soft drinks — bring your own nibbles. There will be a raffle and tickets are £6 each, available at Sunday morning services or from Pauline Noble Telephone 01296 484940. You can come as an individual or make up a table of six to eight maximum.
If that wasn't enough, the following afternoon, Sunday May 22nd, you can enjoy a cream tea with fun and fellowship for the whole family. This will be at the home of Pamela and Peter Farmer, 43 Dobbins Lane, Wendover, HP22 6DH between 2.45pm and 5pm. You can enjoy a Bring and Buy stall, games for all, and Tombola or just sit and chat with friendly company. There is a freshly baked scone with jam and cream, delicious home-made cake and tea. We ask for a minimum donation of £3.50 or £10 for a family ticket. All profits go to Action for Children.
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