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Thread: Charity Bring and Buy

  1. #1
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    Ashby de la Zouch
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    Charity Bring and Buy

    Being as the numbers are rising we have been thinking of things to do at Lower Lode! I wanted to do something for Cancer Research as we all have someone close to us who has been affected,

    I wondered if we all bought something to Raffle or Auction??
    We could all bring something and put a price on it for direct purchase if anyone wants to buy it for a good price and everything that is left gets Auctioned off on the Saturday night.

    Does this appeal?

    Idea's and Genuine thoughts if you can please.

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    Excellent idea
    sure everyone will have a little space in their panniers for a gift to sell or raffle off

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