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Coffee at Long Crendon Manor – hosted by Florence Nightingale

When:
July 19, 2017 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm
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Where:
Long Crendon Manor, Frogmore Lane, HP18 9DZ
Cost:
£3.00

All are welcome to a coffee morning hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Tim Soar and organised by the Haddenham Community Support Group on behalf of Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity.

 

There will be a raffle, bring and buy stalls, and of course, coffee, tea and cakes.

 

Tickets are £3.00 on the door.

 

Please note the venue is not suitable for those with mobility issues.

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