Oh what a lovely tea!
The St John's August teas were absolutely magnificent and very well attended. If you missed out on the cakes, then you've plenty of time to sort yourselves out before next August.
In the meantime, the quilt shown by the Lower Withington WI quilters is being raffled on September 24th at Lower Withington Arts and Craft Exhibition and tickets are available.
Did I mention that the cakes proved somewhat irresistible?
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