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Christmas crafts added a bit of festive fever to a Salvation Army coffee morning.
Lorna Hume sold handmade snowflakes, crafted from clothes pegs, alongside pom pom wreaths and sequin baubles, all created at the church’s Wednesday night craft group.
As ever, Margaret Raeside cooked and served endless panfuls of pancakes.
Young volunteers not only served tea and coffee and helped in the kitchen but also baked sweet treats for the baking stall.
The event raised £260.98, which organisers are ‘very happy’ with.
Leah Russell, 13, and Kelsey Graham, 12, hold strawberry tarts made by Kelsey for the event. 50_c47salarmy01
Lorna Hume sold hand-crafted Christmas decorations. 50_c47salarmy02
Margaret Raeside and Kelsey Graham prepare some pancakes. 50_c47salarmy03