A very special afternoon tea

At the afternoon tea in New Radnor One of the organisers Carlee Evans, Charlie Goode of Crafty Fox Arts, organiser Shirley Hughes, with children Abigail Hughes, Megan Dixon, Chloe Evans, Meghan Hughes, Ruth Hammond, Luke Hammond, Kyle Robinson and Toby Di

At the afternoon tea in New Radnor One of the organisers Carlee Evans, Charlie Goode of Crafty Fox Arts, organiser Shirley Hughes, with children Abigail Hughes, Megan Dixon, Chloe Evans, Meghan Hughes, Ruth Hammond, Luke Hammond, Kyle Robinson and Toby Di

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AN afternoon tea held at New Radnor community centre raised over £300 for The Dragon Fire after school and holiday club. At the event there was lots to see and do including music from the Radnor Valley Band, tables selling plants, knitwear, homemade cards, health, beauty and wellbeing product, a tombola, raffle, a children's activity room led by Charlie Goode of Crafty Foxe Arts and lots of home made cakes to go with coffees and teas.

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