Community support for women's refuge

PUBLISHED: 12:37 01 April 2008 | UPDATED: 21:40 15 June 2010

A SALE of leftover stock from the former Today shop in Honiton raised £334 for the town's women's refuge.

A SALE of leftover stock from the former Today shop in Honiton raised £334 for the town's women's refuge. Held at St Paul's Church at the weekend, the event was supported by Honiton Pantomime Society, Caramel, Cancer Research UK, Age Concern and Sue Ryder.Organisers Mollie Barton and Liz Tirard said in a statement: "A superb band of people helped set up, sell and then dismantle the sale - far too many to name, but they know who they are!


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