Coffee Morning Fundraiser for Air Ambulance 24th March 2018

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Coffee Morning @ the URC Hall
#Saturday 24th March 2018

Including Book Stall
10am -12 noon
Fundraising for Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance

We all appreciate how important it is, after medical emergency, accident or trauma, that we receive the appropriate specialist medical attention as soon as possible — the Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance aims to ensure just that being able to get to any point in either county in 20 minutes with a Critical Care team onboard

Such an essential and valuable service depends solely on fundraising, benefactors & charitable giving. Come to the URC Coffee morning and lend your support.
So coffee, tea, cake, biscuits, plus Books & a friendly atmosphere in exchange for a monetary donation for the Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance.

PS. Book or cake donations gratefully received in advance.
If you would like to make a financial contribution but are unable to get to the coffee morning donations may be
sent to; Curry Rivel URC Treasurers, c/o
Jenny & Tony Potts, Stoney Cottage,
Stoney Lane, Curry Rivel.

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