Signed books boost village auction

Signed books by Delia Smith and Desmond Morris are among items donated to a charity auction to raise money for Kettlestone Village Hall kitchen refurbishment fund.

Signed books by Delia Smith and Desmond Morris are among items donated to a charity auction to raise money for Kettlestone Village Hall kitchen refurbishment fund.

Planning permission has been granted to extend the existing village hall kitchen and move the bar area. This will create a bigger seating area in the hall and improve catering facilities. The challenge now is to raise the money needed to carry out the work.

A Grand Charity Auction is being held on Easter Saturday morning, April 11. As well as the signed books, there are many items given by local businesses, including a week's holiday in Clematis Cottage donated by Kett Country Cottages.

Other items include tickets to a London show, camping gear, computer lessons, tickets to Bewilderwood and many other items. Viewing is from 10 am on Easter Saturday with the auction at 11am. Entrance costs �1 and refreshments are on sale.


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