Team Cappuccino Returns!

Thursday, June 5th 2014

Richmond Town Hall was a hive of activity early this morning as Team Cappuccino set up for our Coffee Morning. They worked fantastically hard and managed to beat their total from November 2013 by £15.18, making a profit of £346.77 this morning!

As well as preparing for and running the event they also baked delicious cakes, bringing in £68.80. The tombola was run as usual by John and Jean, raising £50. The raffle, combined with the door takings, raised us £203.10. The bric-a-brac and Foxglove stalls bought in £28.40 and £33 respectively.

This represents a brilliant effort yet again from our team of dedicated volunteers. We are so grateful to you all for your enthusiasm and hard work which makes Foxglove the marvellous place we all know!


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Sophie responded on 5th Jun 2014 with...

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Wow! What an amazing effort, three cheers for Team Cap!

 

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