Carnival and Strawberry Tea - Leaside, Ware

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Carnival 2019

What a Wonderful Weekend!

Leaside Church and Community Centre's Tombola Stall at the Ware Carnival on Saturday 6 July, was a great success. The photo shows the tombola team getting ready for business!
The Church was also busy with lots of people dropping in for refreshments and bric-a-brac.

The Strawberry Tea on Sunday afternoon was as popular as ever, and tasted even better sitting outside in the sunshine!

Our heartfelt thanks to all who worked so hard and to all who supported these two great events.

Leaside Church & Community Centre
High Street, Ware, SG12 9BT

http://www.leasidechurch.org.uk/

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