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PUBLISHED: 11:28 18 August 2008 | UPDATED: 21:05 05 July 2010

MAY I thank everyone who gave so generously for a coffee morning held by Norwich Road Craft Shop Crafty Club, at Breyon Way, on Thursday, July 17, which raised £253.

MAY I thank everyone who gave so generously for a coffee morning held by Norwich Road Craft Shop Crafty Club, at Breyon Way, on Thursday, July 17, which raised £253.06 in aid of Breast Cancer.

Cards made by the club members were sold along with fresh vegetables grown and donated by Muriel Yeardley and Margaret Swatman.

Dorothy Ridley and her husband Tony ran guess how many marbles in the jar which was won by Laurence Foreman, who was the nearest guess of 1,001. There were 1,083. Sue Tucker made and donated a fruit cake for guess the weight.

Gill Duncombe made boxed cards and donated the proceeds of their sale to the fund.

Thanks go to the following who donated raffle prizes: Co-op, Gresham Avenue; John, Gresham Avenue Newsagents; Coral and Mary, Carlton Colville Florists; and Hair by Lawrence, Oulton Broad.

In addition thanks go to all the club members who worked so hard in making cards, donating raffle prizes, selling raffle tickets and helping out on the day and thank you to everyone who attended and gave so generously.

Special thanks to go Janet Reynolds for use of her bungalow and garden for the event and for providing the tea, coffee and biscuits.

The total raised by the club for the charity to date now stands at £419.74.

MARGARET BINKS

Norwich Road Craft Shop

Lowestoft


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