By Webteam - 14th August 2019 6:08am
It's not often that you get the webteam admitting to an error, but we can't avoid it on this occasion.
Yesterday's article about the Cream Tea with Pimms event on August 18th, stated (at least until it was corrected in mid-afternoon) that the ticket price is £12.50.
You might well, and rightly, think that at this price this would be jolly good value, but the amazing news is that the ticket price is actually only £7.50!
So please come to Kynlock (by lock 1 on the canal) on Sunday afternoon to enjoy a cream tea with Pimms, all in aid of the St James Church Building Appeal.
You can see the offending (although now corrected) article here.
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