Dig­ging out at­tic trea­sures

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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


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