Digging out attic treasures
It was held at the Community Centre on Gravel Hill, and the event raised more than £700 for the group.
Treasurer Tina Stockall said it went really well. She said: “It was slightly better than last year and the feedback was that it was a really nice atmosphere there. People mingled and went through the different rooms and had a chat over tea and cakes.
“It was really good. It’s hard work on our behalf alf but once the doors openen we enjoy getting on with it.”t.”
Feeding visitors at the WI Attic Sale were sale organisers, from left, Anita Crosbie, Heather Rowe, Pauline McGregor and Chris Coteman. and below, Diana Tappin, while five-year-old Blake Smith makes a new gingerbread friend
Barbara James (left) President of Chalfont Common WI and Treasurer
Tina Swallow on the book stall
Diane Hollingsworth (left) and Margaret Alford sold cuddly toys, while Joan Isherwood (left) and Yvonne Jarman had
other goodies to offer
Pam Banks was helping visitors snap
up a bargain