Posted: Mon 15th Sep 2014

Afternoon Tea this coming Saturday at ‘Town & Country’ in aid of Macmillan

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Sep 15th, 2014


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The management and staff at Town & Country estate agents in Shotton, are showing their support for Macmillan Cancer Support and holding an Afternoon Tea on Saturday 20th September 2014 between 2pm and 4pm.

They are inviting anybody to pop in and meet the team, you’ll be able to enjoy a hot drink and be tempted by a selection of delicious cakes while of course showing you a bit about Town and Country .

All they are asking for is a small donation for the Macmillan plus you will even get the chance to win a bit of cash on your donation with our “Guess which coffee has 2 shots in” and “How many 100’s and 1000’s are on the cake”

Pop into Town and Country on Shotton High Street between 2pm and 4pm next Saturday.

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