Macmillan Coffee Morning at Tarvin Community Centre on27th September

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I am very pleased to announce that we raised £667.00 from our coffee morning on the 27th September at the Community centre.

Most of us have been affected by Cancer and it was so lovely to see that so many people, not only from Tarvin village, but from the surrounding areas that came and supported this very worthwhile event.

I would like to thank everyone that helped, from selling the raffle tickets, making the delicious sandwiches and cakes, making endless cups of teas and coffees and for the kind generosity from those who donated raffle prizes.

Thank you again for all of your support and for raising Macmillan this huge sum of money.

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