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St Bartholomew's Church Plant and Art Sale started well, inspite of a chilly start on Saturday morning which saw people buying their plants then flocking inside the Church to view the beautiful art and to buy warming cups of coffee.

Sunday was a better day and both the plants and the art sold well with teas and the raffle in full support.

Monday, with the nicest weather by far, turned out to be a record breaker. Counsellor Michael Jones visited us and drew the raffle winners.

More photos on the gallery...

Thank you to all who helped and supported the event which raised:-

£8,250.36.

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