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Tasty way to raise funds

Rose Christie, Liz Hamilton and Joan Greenwood of the Cancer Drop in Centre, Newton Stewart are the working group behind a new recipe book to raise funds for and raise awareness about their cancer drop in centre. Friends, volunteers and local businesses as well as the local primary schools all donated their own favourites for inclusion in the book. The recipe book will be available for sale from early December from Laura's, Morris's Newsagents and outlets in Whithorn and Port William as well as the centre itself, every Thursday 10am - 3pm. GG 2111100 12

Rose Christie, Liz Hamilton and Joan Greenwood of the Cancer Drop in Centre, Newton Stewart are the working group behind a new recipe book to raise funds for and raise awareness about their cancer drop in centre. Friends, volunteers and local businesses as well as the local primary schools all donated their own favourites for inclusion in the book. The recipe book will be available for sale from early December from Laura's, Morris's Newsagents and outlets in Whithorn and Port William as well as the centre itself, every Thursday 10am - 3pm. GG 2111100 12

Rose Christie, Liz Hamilton and Joan Greenwood of the Cancer Drop-in Centre, Newton Stewart, are the working group behind a new recipe book to raise funds for and awareness about their facility.

Friends, volunteers and local businesses, as well as the local primary schools, all donated their own favourites for inclusion in the book.

The recipe book will be available for sale from early December from Laura’s, Morris’s Newsagents and outlets in Whithorn and Port William, as well as the centre itself, which is open every Thursday from 10am-3pm.

 

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