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Church Fundraising

Pie, Pea and Bingo night

A very enjoyable night at our Pie, Pea and Bingo event when we raised the amazing amount of £836. We also collected £215 from our Quiz Sheet money making a grand total of £1,051.

Another brilliant effort from our Fundraising Team and supporters.

Thursday 1st November in the Masonic Hall

Join us for a fun evening of trivia and help raise money for our Church.  6.30pm for 7.00pm. 

Entrance is £4 and includes quiz and supper.

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our Sponsored Walk around Armadale. The fabulous sum of £1650 was raised.

Thanks to everyone who made this possible.

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Community Defibrillator Fundraising Efforts

Our members Janette, Avril and Rebecca are seen presenting £400 from Armadale Parish Church to Emilio, the Manager of Hugh Black & Sons in Armadale.

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