WONSTON Community Cafe raised more than £450 when the Boaz Project came to visit. 

The Boaz Project, a farm-based charity that helps adults with learning disabilities, helped to raise a total of £480.

Janis Kinnell, from the community cafe, said: “It was a fabulous morning as always, and great that Cat and Scott from Boaz could come along. Cat and our café volunteer Barbara, manned the produce stall in the foyer and raised £138.50 from sales of bird boxes, jams, cards and jewellery – all made by the Boaz team, as well as eggs from the Boaz chickens! Scott enjoyed his visit and did a fabulous job of spreading the word about Boaz and helping pack the stall (and the tables and chairs) away. 

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“The Boaz chocolate cake took centre stage on the cake counter, and every slice sold. It was delicious. Sales of cake and coffee, along with donations, raised £480 after expenses.”

The next Wonston Community Cafe will be at the Victoria Hall, Sutton Scotney, 9.30am–12 noon on Wednesday, April 17. Funds raised will be donated to Citizens Advice.