02:52AM, Tuesday 29 October 2013
A charity group held their annual produce day in Marlow on Sunday to raise funds in aid of developing countries around the world.
TWA raised £1343 by selling homemade items such as cakes, pies and chutneys, as well as a raffle which offered a painting, wine and a selection of fruit.
About 200 people visited the sale at the Pugin Rooms in St Peter's Street to support of the charity, which was started by Margaret Welch and Anne Murray almost 40 years ago.
Group secretary Anne O'Leary said: "It was a success, we were very pleased with what we got and it's always hard to judge how much to bake but we didn't have much left at the end."
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