By Susan Sullivan - 2nd May 2012 7:02am
I would like to advertise two events that are being held to raise funds for Broomhall and Sound Chapel's Building Fund.
The Chapel is trying to raise money to build an annex which we hope will be used as a community room for local events as well as giving the chapel more space for such events as the Summer holiday club.
The events are:-
- Family Fashion Show. To be held at St Andrew's Aston. Ladies' & Children's fashions in aid of Broomhall & Sound building fund on Wednesday 23rd May at 7.15pm. A family fashion show by M&Co. Tickets £5 including light refreshments. Contact Sheila Alexander for more details: Tel: 01270 780564
- Open Garden and Cream Teas at the home of Jerry and Sue Sullivan, Brickfield House, Coole Pilate, Nantwich. It's on Sunday 10th June from 2.00pm until 5.00pm. Donations to Broomhall and Sound Chapel. Cream Teas and cakes available.
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