Tea and a Biscuit

Thursday, June 25th 2015

This morning Team Cappuccino was at it again, arriving early at Richmond Town Hall to set up for their regular amazing coffee morning.
Everyone was welcomed into the hall with a friendly smile, served with tea or coffee and of course a biscuit or two.There were a number of stalls, with a fantastic array of cakes, tombola, bric-a-brac, plants, a raffle and Foxglove goodies all for sale.


The morning was once again a fantastic success raising a whopping £325, all in aid of Foxglove. We would like to thank everyone involved; Team Cappuccino led by Tony Cooper who give up a lot of their time to put on this event, everyone who baked, donated raffle prizes or were involved in any way. Tony has asked to pass on his thanks to first time Team Cappuccino helpers TJ, Ray, Lynette and Alicia.
 


(1) Comments:

Tony Cooper responded on 29th Jun 2015 with...

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Additional receipts for the Produce stall enhanced our result to £336.31.
Thanks also to our other guest helper - Matt.

 

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