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02 April 2016

We're now collecting the money from our Easter Egg raffles that were held in venues across Newbury and Thatcham. We challenged them to raise as much as they could and 'Top of the Charts' so far is The Rampant Cat in Woolton Hill, with £380 raised. We still have a few venues to declare their results, but we think that the Cat will be retaining their crown!

Thank you to everyone who bought a ticket. Thank you to all the venues for taking part and we hope those who won enjoyed their 1kg of chocolate ... without too many side effects!

Watch this space for the total raised and how we intend to use it.

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