By Mal Butler
Published on Sunday, August 24, 2014 - 14:47
Funds for a school in Uganda are presented. Pictured, from left, John Baldwin, Richard and Hazel Britton and Jenny Baldwin.
MORE than £850 has been raised from a Totland table-top sale in aid of Adonai UK, which supports the work of a school and orphanage in Uganda.
The sale, organised by John and Jenny Baldwin, of Mulberry Lodge, Church Hill, raised £800.79 on the day, with donations raising the total further.
Richard and Hazel Britton, founders and trustees of the charity, who live in Freshwater, attended the event.
The sale was supported by helpers from Christ Church, Totland.
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