Wethersfield and Shalford branch of the Royal British Legion mark 80 years with a coffee morning

PUBLISHED: 14:34 08 August 2011

From left, Andrew Overall who made the cake, branch president David Brown (cutting the cake) and chairman Lawrence Rawlinson

From left, Andrew Overall who made the cake, branch president David Brown (cutting the cake) and chairman Lawrence Rawlinson

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EIGHTY years of the Royal British Legion has been celebrated with a fundraising coffee morning.

Although the national organisation has been established for 90 years, the Wethersfield and Shalford branch was formed 10 years later.

The branch celebrated the milestone in Wethersfield Village Hall on Saturday, with coffee, cake and book stalls, and a raffle. There was also a giant celebratory cake, made by Andrew Overall, which was enjoyed by all those who attended.

The morning raised more than £230 for the branch.


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