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Treat yourselves to a Traditional Afternoon Tea with sandwiches, cakes and scones, served in the Marks' garden on Sunday 17th September, 3.00pm — 5.00pm. Tickets £5.00 each (or upgrade on the day to include a glass of bubbly), available from Gill Marks 01296 748659 or Lynn Bernstone 01296 420817.

We are also collecting your unwanted gifts again for raffles and tombolas so please have a sort out. All Welcome!

The Marks' address is 10 Chesterfield Close, Eythrope Road, Stone. HP17 8PY.

For a map and directions, click here.

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