Fiona’s Pilton Jumble Sale Huge Success!

Fiona (right) and Jenny (left) at their jumble stall in Pilton, picture courtesy of Somerset County Gazette

We wish to say a huge thank you to Fiona Case for holding a stall to fundraise for the BMA at the annual Jumble Trail event in her home village of Pilton, Somerset. Households all through the village turn out every year with stalls for the Jumble Trail, many of them donating proceeds to charities and other causes. There is always a good turnout and this year fellow Pilton resident Michael Eavis, Glastonbury Festival founder and patron of the BMA, was also spotted among the crowds.

Fiona was joined on the stall by friend Jenny de Gex, and between them they have succeeded in raising several hundred pounds for the clinics in Bhopal – an amazing achievement! A big thank you to both of them for all their hard work.






















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