The Open Door Community Church in conjunction with Community Unity Projects held its third annual 1940’s afternoon with proceeds going in aid of help for heroes. (monies are still be collected in)   Although many were unable to attend due to the poor weather conditions over 80  were in attendance.Guest were transported back to the 1940’s by the Dove dance Group which included a set piece to John McRae’s Flanders field., old wartime games were provided for the children, whilst adults serenaded by vintage singer Violet Rae, and finishing with Afternoon Tea!  all those attended signed a Courage and   Thank you book for the residents ofTedworth House H4H  rehabilitation centre – whilst children drew pictures and wrote letters of thankyou to the wounded soldiers  - these will be posted on shortly
An army of volunteers from the local church and community worked together in true Blitz style – a huge thanks to them  and Thankyou to Aylesbury Town Mayor Jenny Puddifoot who also was in attendance and judge the amazing 1940;s inspired fancy dress of the adults and children 
 



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