Plant Sale & Coffee Morning

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HMC Plants Sale - May 2022

A warm invitation is extended to you to join us for the Plant Sale and Coffee Morning at Hertford Methodist Church on Saturday 28 May, between 10am and Midday.

There will plants for sale, a bric-a-brac stall, and the Tea & Coffee with splendid Cake to revive you!

The event is being run in aid of two charities that support children — 'Action for Children' and 'CHIPS' - Children's Integrated Playschemes.

So, come along, stock up on plants for your garden or window box, enjoy a first class cup of tea or coffee and a slice of indulgent cake, all whilst supporting two leading charities that support some of the most vulnerable children in our community.

All are welcome!

Hertford Methodist Church
Ware Road, Hertford, SG13 7DZ

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