Cash to be split three ways

PUBLISHED: 16:08 16 October 2008 | UPDATED: 09:48 10 June 2010

LITTLEHAM'S youth club, the community hall and the in-bloom group are to receive cash boosts thanks to the recent summer fete. Littleham's Associations, Residents and Friends (LARF) presented Littleham-based Chill youth club, Littleham community hall and

LITTLEHAM'S youth club, the community hall and the in-bloom group are to receive cash boosts thanks to the recent summer fete.Littleham's Associations, Residents and Friends (LARF) presented Littleham-based Chill youth club, Littleham community hall and Littleham in Bloom with a share of £300 after LARF held a summer fete in July.Each year, part of the proceeds are donated to local good causes and this year they will be awarded during a presentation evening on November 14.A LARF spokesman said: "The summer fete was another huge success with many organisations, associations and local charities taking part. "We are already planning next year's fete and are hoping to encourage local craftspeople to take a stall, in addition to our regular supporters, to make it a bumper fete offering something for all the family." Anyone wishing to find out more can contact LARF secretary Sue Saunders on (01395) 265766.


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