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The Bench

The attached photo shows a wonderful outdoor bench handmade by one of the Thornton House Day Club members.

He tells us that the bench is all made of hardwood apart from the seat slats and it cost about £60 in materials. He has generously offered the bench to be auctioned with the proceeds going to the Thornton House Day Club funds.

So if you would like to acquire this unique feature for your garden or patio, please put a bid into Audlem Online or to Roger Millns at roger.millns@lineone.net" target="_blank">roger.millns@lineone.net before the end of June — all bids will be treated in confidence.

 

 

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