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Every Saturday, the redundant church of St Jude in Middlehampton is transformed into an indoor market, with dozens of stalls selling craft items, bric-a-brac, books and other things. Among the stall-holders are five women who were made redundant from their previous jobs but are now making good incomes from their new ones. From the clues given, can you work out each woman's full name, what she used to be, and what she sells from her stall? CLUES 1 Heather Bacon, who was not formerly a book-keeper, doesn't sell postcards or antique dolls on her stall.

2OOOOOOO office manager for a nowdefunct double glazing company; Ms Dewey is not 3 Ms Hume, whose stall sells model cars (especially old Dinky toys), is not the one-time dental nurse.

4 The ex-farm secretary who lost her job when the farm was sold to a property developer, who is not Ms Locke, deals in antique dolls.

5 Maureen sells secondhand history books on her stall - and makes more profit than you might expect.

6 It was Caroline who lost her job as a dental nurse when the Oak Lane Dental Centre closed down.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Aug 17, 2013
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