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By Christmas Market Team. - 13th November 2019 6:00am
Thank you to everyone who supported our fund-raising coffee morning and cake sale last Saturday. The weather certainly did not help the occasion but we still managed to take just over £200 to go towards the organisation and running of this year's Christmas Market. This was a really good result.
There are always a lot of people to say 'thank you' to when organising a fund-raising event. However a special thank you must go, as always, to the Methodist Church for letting us hold the event on their premises. Thank you also to all who baked cakes, gave raffle prizes and a particular thanks to everyone who turned out to support us.
Those who were present will recall the real 'star' of the morning — a young man who not only took orders, made coffee, cleared the tables, helped with the washing-up but who also made some very delicious brownies!
As you are aware the Christmas Festival and Market is being held on Saturday, 30 November, in the High Street from 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm so do please put it in your diary and bring family and friends along. It promises to be a great event and it will take place whatever the weather.
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