Spring fair boost for National Trust
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Well attended event raises £345
A spring fair organised by the Axe Valley Centre of The National Trust raised £345.
The event, at Colyford Memorial Hall, was well attended and included a wide variety of stalls. The always popular bacon rolls were a sell-out success.
The money raised will be made available to help fund National Trust projects in this area.
Last year the Centre gave grants to A la Ronde, Knightshayes, Castle Drogo, Killerton and Branscombe.
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