Harvest Festival 2005

 

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Harvest Festival

These are some pictures of some flowers in the church..

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At the harvest lunch there were over 42 people there.

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The desserts await being eaten. As usual any that don't go are auctioned off, so it is usually better to have a lot of dessert, else you could end up having to eat a whole one for supper.

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The lunch was a bring and share and

the food was absolutly scrumpshous and Kate did not have no food even though she likes them eat any food.Kate ataced Emily.

by Emily and Paul

and then the Auction

 

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Once the lunch was over Peter took charge and started off the auction telling us about the bishops harvest appeal, "The Harvest for the Hungry".

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What will you give me for 4 oranges.

£1

£1.50

£2.00

£3.50 to the lady on my right

£4.00 to the gentleman in the corner

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Well that's sold to the gentleman in the corner for £4.00, but I still have another 4 oranges on the table and yes madam you will have them for your bid of £3.50!

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Bidding on the pumpkin was led by Peter. Peter won. I wonder how long it will take for us to see this and again in the guise of Rectory Relishes.

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In record time we finally reached the last item. In all we managed to raise over £613 for Bishop's "Harvest for the Hungry Appeal".