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Annual 2nd Cottenham Scouts Jumble Sale


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Annual 2nd Cottenham Scouts Jumble Sale
Cottenham Village College
Saturday, 20 January 2017, 1.00–3.00 pm

Please help us to raise vital funds to support 2nd Cottenham Scout Group. We are looking for donations of the following:

  • Clothes (no underwear/tights please)
  • Linens
  • Books in good, saleable condition (no magazines please)
  • Toys
  • Bric-a-brac
  • Time: volunteers are essential. Please get in touch

Please note we are unable to accept donations of large items of furniture or televisions. Items can be dropped off at the front of Cottenham Village College 9.00am-11am on the day. We also offer a donations collection service for the elderly and disabled – please email us at: 2ndcottenham@googlemail.com or telephone 01954 200165 to arrange for collection on the day.

Thank you for your support.

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