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Guides Send A Huge Thank You:

'Thanks to the continuing support of our local community, the three Ranger Guides from the 1st Curry Rivel and Drayton Guides, going to Sri Lanka to volunteer in primary schools under the auspices of Projects Abroad, have finished their mammoth fundraising drive. This has been done through bingo and quiz nights, jumble sales, fun days and mufti days, fabric sales galore and lots and lots of washing up and waitressing at family and community events.'

Their next fundraising drive is to get one of their guide members to Belgium in 2019, I.C.E. (International Community Experience) camp. The first event is a Grand Jumble Sale at All Saints Hall, North Street Langport on Saturday February 17th 11 am--2 pm. Jumble can be dropped off at All Saints Hall on the Friday night between 6--8 pm or you can ring 01458 252901 to arrange collection.
There will be refreshments with home made cakes.

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