Success for Mead Vale community day

PUBLISHED: 14:40 05 June 2014 | UPDATED: 14:42 05 June 2014

Lyn Lovell, Poppy Appeal organiser with Sarah Brown face painting for the Royal British Legion.

Lyn Lovell, Poppy Appeal organiser with Sarah Brown face painting for the Royal British Legion.


A MEAD VALE community day was celebrated by locals after a variety of groups and individuals showed up to give their support.

The Fuchsia Cancer Support Group.The Fuchsia Cancer Support Group.

Jam tarts and sparkly cupcakes were sold on the 2nd Worle Scout stall, a plant sale was held in aid of the Brandon Trust, volunteers for the Royal British Legion (RBL) were out in force and members of The Fuchsia Cancer Support Group set up a raffle and talked to visitors about their club.

The event was held outside The Nightjar Pub and organised by landlady Di Bradley.

The next fundraising event to be held at the pub will be the RBL’s bike and trike show on June 14 from 2pm.

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