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St Alban's Auction of Promises

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Our Auction of Promises to help in completing the Vault at St Alban's Church will be held on Friday 27 November at 7pm in the Barbour Institute.

Entry is by catalogue — £5 per person (includes light supper). Bar available.

By posting this article now, you have plenty of time to decide on any promises.

 

6 free-range eggs every week? a tin of biscuits? bottle of wine?
a week in a holiday cottage? gardening? a home-made cake each week?
a meal for a dinner party? bird watching? a visit to a place of interest?

Just a few ideas — we are obviously looking for a mixture of Promises, Products and Services — something for everyone — to be auctioned off to the highest bidder.

Tattenhall is full of talented, generous and versatile people. What can you offer?

To make your promise, please contact:
Georgina 01829 770377 randgblackhurst@gmail.com
by 14 November please.

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