Fundraising books and tapes sale

Saturday 19th January 2008 10.45am — 2.15pm

A fundraising second hand books and tapes sale will take place at the New Roots Ashram Project cafe on Burngreave Road/Hallcarr Street, Burngreave, Sheffield S3.

The purpose of the event is to raise much needed funds for the Sunrise and Hope(SRH) Community Co-operative project, aiming to create 6 to 12 well paid part or full time jobs in semi – skilled and artistic, creative craft work in the next 12 to 14 months.

Around 300 books will be for sale at reasonable prices, including:

  • An assortment of hardback/paperback books/novels, first editions

  • Gardening, geography,

travel, transport, education, politics, economy, sports and comedy books

  • Novelty and childrens/Ladybird books

A small amount of records, video and cassette tapes will be on sale too.

Wholesome organic and fair trade snacks and drinks will be available from 11am.

Please support if you possibly can.

Sunrise and Hope fundraising book and tape sale
10:45am to 2:15pm Saturday 19 January 2008

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