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Have you purchased your tickets yet for the Annual Quiz in aid of Action for Children on Saturday May 21st — 7.00pm in the Community Centre Hall? Tickets, just £6.00 to include sandwiches, homemade cake, tea, coffee and soft drinks. Come individually or as a team of 6 (maximum 8) and join in the fun. Raffle! Tickets on sale again from next Sunday, or phone Pauline Noble 01296 484940. Everyone welcome!!!

As a reminder about Action for Children, in 2014-15:

  • They have continued to find new ways of making children safer.
  • They have continued to deliver effective help as early as possible.
  • They have succeeded in finding new ways of meeting children's needs.
  • In the past year, their 650 services helped more than 300,000 children and their families across the UK.

    For their website, click here.

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