The Curry Rivel Women's Institute invites you to come and view an exhibition of some of the work of Sheila Sandifer, a gifted needlewoman, who died recently.
Various items, from patchwork quilts and bags to clothes and cushions will be on display. The exhibition is from 10.00am till 3.00pm on Saturday 14 April in the Old School Room, Curry Rivel. Admission free but donations to St. Margaret's Hospice would be welcome.
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