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Just a quick update to let everyone know that we do have a winner in the 'Guess the amount of 5p pieces' as part of the Fancy Dress fundraising to help fight breast cancer.

However we are keeping the result under wraps for now. That's because the exact amount wasn't guessed but the closest guess will be paid £50 soon.

Stage two of the 'guess the 5p' starts now. We have produced a 20 x 25 grid where one of the boxes will be the exact amount. It's £2 per guess and the winner will win £200, with £800 going into the fund.

The grid is in the Lord Combermere and we hope people will come down and purchase some boxes. The sooner all the boxes are sold the sooner we can get £800 sent off to the charity. We started selling tickets on Saturday 15th September.

Once again our thanks to everyone who has helped make this event a great success.

 

 

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