Care from the community
RE: your report of February 17, titled Lunches helping the town s less fortunate. This article caught my attention because it is a very good example of our caring community. Customers who dine at the Baptist Church may well do so to support a good cause.
RE: your report of February 17, titled Lunches helping the town's less fortunate.
This article caught my attention because it is a very good example of our caring community.
Customers who dine at the Baptist Church may well do so to support a good cause.
Besides this, there is a bric-a-brac stall which helps the church that badly needs funds.
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To further this good work, it would be better publicised by pictures in this paper like so many other local organisations do of their beneficiaries. Every charity needs to beat its drum or wave its banner.
So can we please look forward to some photos?
- 1 Family pay tribute to popular Colyton man after his tragic death
- 2 Town's Market Charter Day event is set to be biggest, say organisers
- 3 Hundreds of sites are earmarked for new development
- 4 Hot form in the heat at Axe Cliff
- 5 Property of the Week: Otter Mill
- 6 800th anniversary makes town's celebrated event a hot topic this year
- 7 Motorcyclist 'seriously injured' in crash near Ottery St Mary
- 8 Beachgoers share moment of wonder
- 9 He was going, going gone... but now TV auctioneer is back
- 10 Scheme for affordable homes on old football pitch moves step closer
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Editor's note: We endeavour to publicise as many good causes as space will allow, but with a large area to cover, we cannot get to everything. However, we are always happy to consider publishing contributed photographs.