Alton Webteam: April 2016
Turning Point are running two events on Saturday 21st May in the Woking area. But first of all a big thank you from the Turning Point Trust and the Boys' Brigade for the anonymous cheques recently received. They will be put to good use.
From 2-5pm there is a free, family-friendly event providing you with an opportunity
to hear the latest from Turning Point,
get involved in some fun activities,
eat a cream tea,
and meet Judy & Kariuki from Kenya.
Then in the evening, from 7-11pm, there is our Harambee! A fundraising dinner with dancing — tickets are £35.
For more information please ask Jacob or Liz George.
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