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CHARITY Table-Top Sale

Dear All

I am hoping to hold a CHARITY TABLE-TOP SALE on the last Saturdays of January and February, (to enable people to get over Christmas),
ie, SATURDAY, 26 JANUARY & SATURDAY, 23 FEBRUARY 2013.

It is designed to help raise funds and awareness for the Mental Health Charity/ies, and awareness, in addition to making some extra money for yourselves!

There are, currently, TABLES AVAILABLE for those wishing to DECLUTTER, sell UNWANTED ITEMS, display/sell your CRAFTS/HOBBIES, etc, at a nominal fee.

If you are interested, please let me know asap, with your details (- what you would like to sell, name/contact info) by TEXT 07817 762203/leave message on voicemail (bad signal) on the same number.

MANY THANKS!

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Louise T
Hi, I have just left a garbled message on your voicemail, have realised that I didn't leave you my name. So sorry, hate speaking to machines!! Anyway I would like a table for Feb 23rd if possible. I won't be organised for the Jan date.
Hope you have one available. :)
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Hi "Just Purr-fect"
That's great, I will hold one for you, but can you please TEXT me your details (what you expect to be selling, your name and contact details) on the above number.  Many thanks! 
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Hello Louise T

Thank you for your voicemail - that is fine, too.  I was going to call you back, but I had to get to the Internet Café quickly to complete something today.  I will call you later.
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Dear All

Please excuse me if I am "delayed" coming back to any of your messages - I have to go to the Internet Café to post on Streetlife, although I can often read messages via my mobile.  (For some strange reason, often, when I try to post replies, on my mobile, it "crashes".  I don't know why!)  So PLEASE BEAR WITH ME!
It is also a similar reason that I ask people to TEXT - my mobile signal is so bad that calls usually go straight to my voicemail.  However, texts usually come through quite quickly.
THANK YOU all for your patience!

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