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Well, Audlem Tree House (a charity run Pre-school and After School Care)  urgently needs, in good condition, the following items.


  • Baby Changing Table/Station

  • Corner desk

  • large flat screen TV with DVD

  • small stereo/cd system or similar

  • Fridge

  • Microwave

  • Small filling cabinets

  • Outside Toys


If you have any of these items please call Hilary Serif at Audlem Tree House on 01270 811829.  We are happy to arrange for collection.

Audlem Tree House is your local Pre-School and After School Care offering places from 2yrs — 12yrs. 

Call 01270 811829 for more details,

Or e-mail: hilary.wymer@virgin.net(phone: 01270 812413)

Thanks very much — any help is much appreciated by staff and children

 

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