Webteam: January 2018
Pop up tea at Milton Methodist for Langley House Trust
At the beginning of January, we rearranged the church for a pop up tea party, with our best china and linens, and live music and entertainment. We had a great time, our guests seemed to enjoy the party on a rather dreary cold day, and we made £236 for Langley House Trust.
Thanks to Libby Bolton who played the organ, David Thomas and Geoff Caudle who recited poets, and the OK Flutes and all the people who lent crockery or gave things.
We hope to do it again!
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