Alton Webteam: March 2017
A date for your diary . . . . . Gap is holding an event to raise funds for the work of the Anna Chaplaincy, Youth Ministry and Schools Ministry in Alton. It's an Auction of Promises, and it will take place at at Old Park Farm, Beech, Alton, GU34 4AP on Friday May 12th at 7.30 pm. We do hope that you will support this event — it will be a fun evening with Food as well as the Auction. A poster with details and another with information about offering promises are attached (PDF)
We are currently seeking offers of Promises, Pledges and Prizes which will be auctioned to raise funds for the GAP Ministry work. Please contact a member of The Team below as soon as possible with offers, and any ideas you may have to help take this forward.
Grateful thanks ! ! ! !
The Auction Team
(Neil Fagan, Peter Bell, Tim Codling, Rosemary Arrowsmith-Oliver, Judy Phillips, Sue Hubbard, Pauline Folkes, Sarah Neish; David and Christine Allan on 01420 84739)
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