Saturday, 19 December 2009

Sold out!

The Christmas cards have now sold out completely. This means that £45 has been raised for the Friends of the Trap Grounds and £30 for the Friends of St Margaret's Institute. Thank you to everybody who has made this possible. Catherine Robinson (who helped sell the cards) tells me that £45 will pay for an afternoon's work by 'five strapping young conservation workers' organised by Oxford Conservation Volunteers. Brambles beware!

And don't forget my Suffolk Cards website where you can buy postcards and greeting cards of the Suffolk coast.

Friday, 18 December 2009

4 packs left

It's the last posting day for Christmas for second class mail and, as predicted, the cards are almost gone. There are about three packs left as I write but they may not last long. If you want to check, ring me on 558596.

But the fact that the cards are nearly all gone means that a reasonable donation will go to the Friends of the Trap Grounds and something will be left for the Friends of St Margaret's Institute. Many thanks to all those who have supported this not-for-loss publishing enterprise!

And don't forget my Suffolk Cards website where you can buy postcards and greeting cards of the Suffolk coast.

Wednesday, 2 December 2009

20 packs left . . .

THE CARD CONTINUES to sell well and around 700 have now disappeared. The fact that 200 are left may make it seem that there's no need to worry but my guess is that the cards are going to sell out some time before the middle of December.

So if you would like to send some to your friends the message is the same as it was before: Please don't leave it too long or you may be disappointed.

And don't forget my Suffolk Cards website where you can buy postcards and greeting cards of the Suffolk coast.