Ramsey museum blaze - fundraising resumes
ALL the volunteers at Ramsey Rural Museum would like to express our sincere gratitude to all those who helped Ramsey Rural Museum in the aftermath of the arson attack of the evening of April 26, in which two marquees and their contents of items for sale w
ALL the volunteers at Ramsey Rural Museum would like to express our sincere gratitude to all those who helped Ramsey Rural Museum in the aftermath of the arson attack of the evening of April 26, in which two marquees and their contents of items for sale were lost.
The fire service and police were quickly on the scene and they all did a truly splendid job.
Many thanks also for all the letters, phone calls and e-mails of support from local people and for the comprehensive coverage in your newspaper. We have been heartened by the generosity and kindness of people who have donated hundreds of books and items for sale. Because of this, we are pleased to say that our Bargain Barn is now open and we can continue to raise funds for the Fen Cottage Building Fund, not forgetting that the marquees have to be replaced.
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