Coffee morning to help fund Bloom entry
LITTLEMEAD Residents Association is holding their first-ever coffee morning the Methodist Church Hall on Saturday October 24.
LITTLEMEAD Residents' Association is holding their first-ever coffee morning the Methodist Church Hall on Saturday October 24.
The money raised will go towards the Associations bid to enter the Exmouth in Bloom competition next year.
Chairman Elaine Williams said: "As the estate is generally looking pretty good these days with 95 per cent of gardens looking really nice, we are proposing to enter the Exmouth in Bloom competition next year. We would like to hear residents' ideas and comments about this idea.
"The cost of the refreshments is by donation only, though we are asking a minimum of 50p per person. Everyone on the estate is welcome."
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Tea, coffee, fruit juice and biscuits will be available, as will the committee. If any resident has a problem or just wants a chat about the estate, they will be available.
For more information please call Elaine Williams on: (01395) 223575.
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