Alton Webteam: March 2018
Saturday 12th May, 10am-12noon
Please make a note of this date in your diaries and plan to attend!
We will be having stalls selling plants, cakes, books and fancy goods and a café to refresh the weary shoppers. We will need items to sell so why not recycle last year's holiday reading and those Christmas presents which are beautiful but you just don't have room for. If you grow your own plants, could you grow a few more for us to sell?
Some of the regular crew have already confirmed they will be on duty again, but perhaps you would like to help or have a good idea for another stall or attraction? If so, please do speak to me.
Nancy Buck (Tel 01420 85994, Email firstname.lastname@example.org)
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