Tea held in aid of Guides’ overseas trip

2016-05-12 06:00
PHOTOS: candyce krishna Ready for tea (from left) Valerie de Bruin, Cheyene de Bruin and Beverley van Wyk.

PHOTOS: candyce krishna Ready for tea (from left) Valerie de Bruin, Cheyene de Bruin and Beverley van Wyk.

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SIX girls from the Port Shepstone Rangers Girls Guides South Africa­ will visit England in June next year. A tea was held at the Port Shepstone Methodist Church on Saturday to raise funds for them. There are more fund-raisers coming up later in the year.

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