BREAM NATIONAL SCHOOL
A Bazaar in aid of the Enlargement of this school will be held in the School on Wednesday June 6th and Thursday June 8th, 1900, the proceedings being opened by Sir James Campbell,BART.
The present enlargement, now almost complete, consists of a fine new Main Room and Boy's Cloak Room, and some minor improvements in the existing premises, the contract price being £467, towards which the Managers have in hand or promised £336 18s 6d., with good prospect of being able to obtain another £ 30 from public sources.
The present appeal, therefore, is for £100, to be raised by the Bazaar in Whitsun Week.
The Vicar and Managers earnestly ask the Parishioners and friends of
Bream to help in this important matter, either by undertaking Stalls
- two or three more being needed - or by assisting to supply the Stall
Holders with goods, or by helping to supply the tables at the Public
Tea, and by they themselves attending the Bazaar and it's various Entertainment's,
and spending money thereat.
After the splendid way in which all helped to swell the funds at last year's Bazaar, the Vicar has some diffidence in asking for this further effort so soon, but the necessity of the case and the triumph of clearing off the debt at once, are sufficient inducements to override all scruples. What must be done sometime may as well be done now.
Ernest F. Eales
(Vicar of Bream)
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