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by Tony Potter

An inaugural coffee morning to raise funds for the Royal British Legion raised just over £60.

Organised by Sue Willis, the coffee morning was held in the Old School Room on Wednesday 12 September 2018. There was a competition to 'Guess the Weight of the Cake', which was 1.55 kg, and was won by Sheila Harding. Sue said "This was fun to organize and I am very grateful to Suzie Potter for helping me bake all these cakes. It was just a pity that it was not better supported." Brenda Swann, who assisted with the organisation of the morning, including the sale of second-hand books, said "Those cakes were delicious. People don't know what they missed!"

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