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Dolls House World Magazine Dollshouse World Issue 244 Back Issue

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Issue 243 - How much do you think you could raise selling donated doll’s houses, roomboxes, and handfuls of unwanted miniatures? A thousand pounds? Five thousand pounds? Not even close. Pat Cutforth and her merry band of volunteers are setting their sights on an incredible quarter of a million pounds. Their recent sale in a barn at Pat’s house already took the figure raised for Cancer Research UK to more than £200,000. And now they want to reach that landmark target.

Admittedly it’s taken them many, many years. And a lot of dedicated effort. The fund-raising dates back to the days when Pat ran the Marlborough Fair (now that was a wonderful event in the local Town Hall of the beautiful Wiltshire market town, and I always loved going there). It is an incredible achievement by Pat her team and the rest of the mini world with miniaturists and makers donating and buying. You can read Sandra Harding’s report from the most recent sale in this issue.

Lots more festive ideas and inspiration this issue. Admittedly you’re running out of time if you want to create anything like the magnificent Gingerbread Kitchen house, but you could always make a start for next year.
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Dollshouse World Issue 244 Issue 243 - How much do you think you could raise selling donated doll’s houses, roomboxes, and handfuls of unwanted miniatures? A thousand pounds? Five thousand pounds? Not even close. Pat Cutforth and her merry band of volunteers are setting their sights on an incredible quarter of a million pounds. Their recent sale in a barn at Pat’s house already took the figure raised for Cancer Research UK to more than £200,000. And now they want to reach that landmark target. Admittedly it’s taken them many, many years. And a lot of dedicated effort. The fund-raising dates back to the days when Pat ran the Marlborough Fair (now that was a wonderful event in the local Town Hall of the beautiful Wiltshire market town, and I always loved going there). It is an incredible achievement by Pat her team and the rest of the mini world with miniaturists and makers donating and buying. You can read Sandra Harding’s report from the most recent sale in this issue. Lots more festive ideas and inspiration this issue. Admittedly you’re running out of time if you want to create anything like the magnificent Gingerbread Kitchen house, but you could always make a start for next year.


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Issue 243 - How much do you think you could raise selling donated doll’s houses, roomboxes, and handfuls of unwanted miniatures? A thousand pounds? Five thousand pounds? Not even close. Pat Cutforth and her merry band of volunteers are setting their sights on an incredible quarter of a million pounds. Their recent sale in a barn at Pat’s house already took the figure raised for Cancer Research UK to more than £200,000. And now they want to reach that landmark target.

Admittedly it’s taken them many, many years. And a lot of dedicated effort. The fund-raising dates back to the days when Pat ran the Marlborough Fair (now that was a wonderful event in the local Town Hall of the beautiful Wiltshire market town, and I always loved going there). It is an incredible achievement by Pat her team and the rest of the mini world with miniaturists and makers donating and buying. You can read Sandra Harding’s report from the most recent sale in this issue.

Lots more festive ideas and inspiration this issue. Admittedly you’re running out of time if you want to create anything like the magnificent Gingerbread Kitchen house, but you could always make a start for next year.
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