Branscombe group flush with success
FOUR women from Branscombe served up a sumptuous treat for villagers and visitors last week to help raise funds for new toilets at St Winifred s Church.
FOUR women from Branscombe served up a sumptuous treat for villagers and visitors last week to help raise funds for new toilets at St Winifred's Church.
Marie Dowell, Rosemary Pavey, Brenda Woodley and Mary Wilcox held a lunch in the village hall on Thursday and made �112 for the toilet fund.
Around 40 people attended the event, in which they were served sweet and sour pork followed by jam sponge and custard.
Marie said: "Most of the ladies in the village have organised a lunch and we just decided to do it all together!
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"Everyone is putting in the effort to raise money - the toilets are desperately needed.
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