Honiton Scouts hold a successful jumble sale

PUBLISHED: 14:25 11 February 2016 | UPDATED: 14:25 11 February 2016

George Selway and Alfie Gosling with Helen Turner at Honiton scouts jumble sale. Ref mhh 05-16TI jumble 9850. Picture: Terry Ife

George Selway and Alfie Gosling with Helen Turner at Honiton scouts jumble sale. Ref mhh 05-16TI jumble 9850. Picture: Terry Ife

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The sale, held at Honiton Scout Hall, in Dowell Street, raised £85 from a variety of bric-a-brac stalls, cakes and refreshments and a popular cuddly toy tombola.

Jacob and Sophia Rose with Alison Marler at Honiton scouts jumble sale. Ref mhh 05-16TI jumble 9847. Picture: Terry IfeJacob and Sophia Rose with Alison Marler at Honiton scouts jumble sale. Ref mhh 05-16TI jumble 9847. Picture: Terry Ife

Youngsters from 1st Honiton Scouts put on a well-attended jumble sale at the weekend to raise money for the group.

The sale, held at Honiton Scout Hall, in Dowell Street, raised £85 from a variety of bric-a-brac stalls, cakes and refreshments and a popular cuddly toy tombola.

Helen Turner, leader of 1st Honiton Scouts, said: “We did not start until 9.30am, but by 9.15am, we already had 16 people browsing.

“It was a brilliant day and everyone had a fun morning.”

Oscar Gosling in amoungst the prizes at Honiton scouts jumble sale. Ref mhh 05-16TI jumble 9856. Picture: Terry IfeOscar Gosling in amoungst the prizes at Honiton scouts jumble sale. Ref mhh 05-16TI jumble 9856. Picture: Terry Ife

The jumble sale was the scout group’s first fundraiser of the year.

For more information about the scout group, check out www.honitonscouts.org.uk


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