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THANKS from the Barbour Institute

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Massive Thank You

The Trustees of the Barbour Institute would like to thank everyone who helped raise almost £550 at the recent Jumble Sale.

The 'Friends of the Barbour' were out in full force, sorting and selling the jumble, Kate's Kitchen was a huge hit, with lovely cakes and biscuits and there was a constant stream of teas and coffees for volunteers, provided by
the Trustees.

The great people of Tattenhall used this opportunity to recycle preloved goods, with donations being dropped off continuously and our shoppers came from near and far.

In the new year we are planning the return of the Fantastic Book Sale
(Donations Sat 29 Feb, Sale Sunday 1 March)

and our Spring Jumble will be held on Sunday 5th April.

Don't worry — we will remind you nearer the time!

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