Posted: August 2015
It's surprising what you can see in Aylesbury market. A camera-toting worker for the Action for Children charity was passing through there and wrote in the charity's magazine, "This weekend we spotted three volunteers, Pauline, Chris and Sandie, from Aylesbury Methodist Church fundraising in the town centre.
Selling books, ornaments, games and, best of all, cake donated by members of the congregation they spent the afternoon fundraising and spreading the word about the work we do at Action for Children. We'd like to thank Aylesbury Methodist church, especially Pauline, Chris and Sandie (pictured), for all of their hard work and support throughout the years. You're brilliant!" So it's official girls — you're brill!
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