National Trust event in Sidmouth nets �660
NATIONAL Trust supporters in Sidmouth flocked to its annual autumn fair and coffee morning and helped raise �660 for local projects.
The bumper sum was the highest in three years.
There was a buzz of conversation at the Methodist Church Hall last Saturday as people sought early Christmas presents on stalls that featured books, plants, cards and wrapping paper, clothes, bric-a-brac and very popular cakes and home produced goods.
A raffle drew a good crowd of hopeful winners.
The National Trust Sidmouth Centre Committee thanked everyone who helped and supported the event.
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The organisation in turn has vowed to help to support the upkeep of the many beautiful National Trust properties, coastline and countryside in Devon.
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