By Roy Plume - 10th June 2009 7:05am
It rained on Saturday, 6th June --- all day, for the Open Garden and Fair! We expected few customers but we should not have doubted the loyal people of Audlem who braved the weather in large numbers and enabled us to raise over £1,240 for Cancer Research UK.
Instead of enjoying refreshments sitting around tables on the lawn, our visitors cheerfully sheltered under gazebos warming their hands on their cups of tea.
A very big "thank you" to all our visitors, volunteers and many other helpers who made the day a success.
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