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Don't Forget - Nettle Easter Coffee Morning - 24 March

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We will be holding our annual Easter Coffee Morning on Thursday 24th March from 10am to 1pm.

There will be lots of gift ideas for Easter as well as our flowers, planters and freshly baked goods from 'Scrumptious'.

We hope you will support us raise money for Kidney Research Uk.
Please feel free to bring along a friend or 2.

Tea, coffee and cake £2.50

We will be raising money on behalf of a friend whose son, Sam, has been diagnosed with Alport Syndrome, a hereditary kidney disease which means he will require a transplant one day. There is very little money for research into this disease and as a family they are trying to raise £1000 for Kidney Research Uk. We hope to help them by donating a percentage of our takings and the proceeds from our tea, coffee and cake sales.

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