Appeal Fund for Famine Relief in East Africa

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GeorgeSSMarch17

Grateful thanks to everyone who helped and supported the coffee morning, book, cake and white elephant sale held last Saturday 1st April, in the Methodist Church Tarvin , in aid of the Appeal Fund for Famine Relief in East Africa. All surplus goods have been donated to the British Heart Foundation's charity shop in Frodsham Street, Chester. Needless to say the wonderful array of cakes were all sold but even more importantly the sum raised was a magnificent £360.

Thanks to your generosity two worthwhile charities have been supported and a very sociable time was enjoyed by all people who came to support the event.

Once again our thanks to you all.

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