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A well attended and well supported Mary’s Meals fundraiser held recently at Lamlash Church has raised enough money to feed 75 poor and impoverished children at schools for a year.
At the mid week coffee morning run by volunteers, and with an extensive variety of donated home baking, the volunteers and supporters raised £1,046.02 for the charity.
Alison Page, Mary’s Meals Arran ambassador said: ‘Our Mary’s Meals fundraiser was a great success. Thank you to Natalie of Unfolding Moments for her great photos, the big Co-op, Brodick Bar & Brasserie, Lamlash Church, Charlotte’s Flowers and Bewitching Beauty on Arran for the fabulous raffle prizes.
‘Thanks too, to the wonderful coffee team led by Patricia Trewby who never stopped all morning and a huge thanks to the bakers, servers, helpers and everyone for coming along to support Mary’s Meals.
‘I never cease to be amazed at the generosity of the Arran folks and those that visit the island. You’re just brilliant,’ Alison added.
Photos by Natalie Lambie – Unfolding Moments
Alison page and the Mary’s Meals volunteers who helped to raise the fantastic sum of £1046.02 for the charity. No_B35coffee01
Visitors enjoy a cup of tea, some home baking and conversation. No_B35coffee02
On offer for visitors was a feast of scones, pancakes, fruit loaves and sponge cake. No_B35coffee03
Volunteer Margaret Auld ensures that the hot drinks keep flowing. No_B35coffee04