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Charity says thank you.

A charity has thanked all the supporters of its Middlesbrough shop over the past decade.

The Catholic Handicapped Fellowship shop in Priory Place closed earlier this year following financial difficulties. Stephen Mulholland, chairman of the charity, said: "The shop had stopped making enough money really, for the amount of work that was put in. Shutting it was one of the hardest decisions we had to make. I just wanted to thank the volunteers and everyone who supported us over the last ten years." The fellowship's shop in Hemlington remains open.

School fundraising

THE Friends of St William's Primary School, Trimdon, are organising a table-top sale and family fun morning on Saturday at the school. The event will run from 10am to 1pm and a few tables are still available. Anyone interested should contact Dave Jasper on 01740 621771.

Learning online

TEESSIDE schools pupils who are still studying for exams are being urged to look at a new website. A learning expert has set out a unique method of learning that taps into parts of the brain which are usually dormant. Visit www.revisionsuccess.com.

Come for coffee

REDCAR and District Friends of Cancer Research UK hold a coffee morning on Saturday at Marske Leisure Centre, 10am to noon, admission 40p. The charity is also doing a sponsored walk, ending with a bar meal, on July 13. Call 01287 634571 or 01642 481003 for details.

InhonourofNancy

SALTBURN U3A Bridge Group held a buffet lunch and bridge afternoon in memory of Nancy Ward who died in a road accident last year. Trophies were presented to Mrs Ward's friend Mrs J Maclachlan and to Mrs V Foxton and Mr and Mrs J Connorton.

Fun at the fair

A FAIR to raise funds is being held at Tollesby School, Saltersgill Avenue, from 6.30pm today . There will be a range of stalls and bingo.
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Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Date:Jun 18, 2003
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