Alton Abbey Events in June

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Friends of Alton Abbey celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday:

June 11th & 12th Saturday & Sunday Open Garden & Plant Sale
12noon — 5pm Entrance £3 Teas £3 for a drink and piece of cake,
OR Cream Tea for £5 — enjoy delicious scones, jam and cream

Organ Recital 3pm on Sunday by Anna Warhurst
Helen Wilson supplies many of our plants for sale, and will be there to give information.
Display of Lace and demonstration Secondhand Books Hadeel Products from Palestine

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June 24th Friday 7.30pm Battle of the Somme
A presentation by Dom Andrew OSB & Lynne Rapson
to remember the 100th Anniversary starting 1st July
Tickets £15 with wine, soft drinks and light refreshments
Available from "Tickets" FOAA, Alton Abbey, Alton, GU34 4AP
Cheques payable to "Friends of Alton Abbey".
Please include a SAE, ￿uro;￿, & an email address

For more information email: friendsofaltonabbey@gmail.com
or ￿uro;￿ 01420 562126 / 01428 712938

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