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Mayor to open Diss charity bazaar

PUBLISHED: 14:42 05 September 2008 | UPDATED: 11:22 28 May 2010

A BAZAAR raising money for the East Anglian air ambulance is taking place at St Mary's church hall in Diss on September 20 from 10am - noon.

It will be opened by Diss mayor Simon Olander and there will be tea, coffee and biscuits, a tombola, raffle, plant stall, large stall of home made cakes with pickles and confectionary and a white elephant stall.

A BAZAAR raising money for the East Anglian air ambulance is taking place at St Mary's church hall in Diss on September 20 from 10am - noon.

It will be opened by Diss mayor Simon Olander and there will be tea, coffee and biscuits, a tombola, raffle, plant stall, large stall of home made cakes with pickles and confectionary and a white elephant stall.

It has been organised by a group called Diss Friendly Functions who next Wednesday will hand over £1000 to the air ambulance from last year's fundraising. The group has also raised £300 for the Waveney Gateways Club, for the upkeep of its mini bus, which goes round the rural area picking up people for a club night at Shelfhanger hall.

The group has al sorts of social activities going on throughout the year. A coach is going to Highway Nursery on Monday, December 10. The cost is £5 per person and the bus leaves Diss bus station at 10am.

Diss Friendly Functions' Christmas lunch is at the Diss Golf Club on December 15.

Contact 01379 640965 for more details.


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