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there was a lot of interest in the cars, even since the event, not just on the day. In total £2344.40 was raised for


charities; the duck-race money all went to Rowcroft Hospice as usual and that was a stunning £1272. Again, big thanks are due to Ros from the Marina who mugged anyone within a mile of their boat and sold round about 800 ducks (WOW!!!) Most of the rest went to Shelterbox in Cornwall which sends survival kits to people around the world who find themselves in disaster situations. About £300 was kept towards refurbishing and fitting-out the phone box at the bottom of Wood Lane to turn it in to a book exchange. Time now for the committee people to have a rest.


Remembrance Day Sunday 10th November saw a large congregation at the church led by Rev John Gay to commemorate the fallen from all C20th wars. The


congregation then processed to the slipway where wreaths were laid, prayers said and solemn memories or thoughts were experienced. The parish council, under the


initiative of Chairman Lynne Maurer, has provided a new frame for the wreaths which shows them


to greater advantage and which keeps them safe from the vagaries of the weather. This is a good step forward. Thanks are due to Clerk Sue Balsdon and Chairman Lynne Maurer for the immaculate organisation of the event.


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