Creative fun in charity craft day

By Nigel Slater Thursday 06 December 2012 Updated: 12/12 10:48

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THERE was plenty of brewing and creative fun when Pershore Volunteer Centre held a coffee morning and craft event.

More than £400 was raised on the day as the charity's volunteers and members of the general public took to Pershore Town Hall on Wednesday (November 28) to get in the Christmas spirit.

The event saw plenty of coffee served along with mince pies and homemade cakes with many craft items and charity Christmas cards available to buy on the day.

Laura Synnuck, comunity development worker at Pershore Volunteer Centre, said: "The event was a great success and it was really good to raise such a good amount for the volunteer centre."

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