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St Andrew's Church is holding a Grand Bazaar on Saturday 28th May, from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. in Tarvin Parish Room, next to the church.

It will include an exotic mix of memorabilia to suit all tastes.

Grand Bazaar

This is not a Jumble Sale, but selling items of good quality, including:

China, books, jewellery, handbags, ornaments, toys, tools, household goods,and many other items.

Donation of goods is very welcome, but no clothes, electrical items or large furniture, contact Peter Collins 740052 or Mary Evans 740781

Refreshments available. Funds raised to support St Andrew's Church.

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