Alton Webteam: June 2017
Many thanks to those who braved the high winds to support the Bravefront Strawberry tea last Tuesday. It really was quite a stormy night!
We all ate our fill of scones, cream and strawberries and the leftovers went home to be made into jam for the next event!
The ladies of Bravefront are very grateful for the support of the church in making a room available for meetings at no charge and consequently have made a donation to the church funds which has now been banked.
We will continue to support them in thier special work to support those who have had breast surgery and need a friend when recovering.
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