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The Action for Children Quiz held on Saturday 14th October was a great success, raising £533 for Action for Children. Thanks to all who helped and to those who came along, but Special Thanks to Viv and Steve Kemp for all their hard work.
The National Epilepsy Action Coffee Morning last week raised £156. Thank you very much to everyone who helped, especially Margaret in the coffee bar, and to all who came to support the stall.
Ellesborough Silver Band's charity evening of Light Classical Music and Film Themes In aid of Karibuni Children last Saturday at The Church on Fairford Leys, raised £697. A very big thank you is due to the excellent band and to all those who supported the event.

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