Cliff Darlington: November 2017
For the 30th year, Cards For Good Causes opened its Charity Christmas Card Shop in the Aylesbury Methodist Church. The shop is run entirely by volunteers who sell Christmas cards for 36 national and local charities.
This year we were pleased to welcome the Mayor of Aylesbury, Cllr. Tom Hunter-Watts who visited the shop on opening day. He thanked the volunteers for their good work and wished them good luck and hoped they would have a successful season.
For the Cards For Good Causes website, click here.
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