Despite several other events happening in St Agnes, many St Agnes Museum Stewards enjoyed their private Coffee Morning at the Museum on Saturday 3 November to celebrate another successful season. Thanked by Chairman, Roger Radcliffe, for their hard work and enthusiasm, it was their first opportunity to view the portrait of Tony Giles by Ken Symonds recently bought for the Museum collection.
Shop Manager, Mike Furness, recalled a stunning year with record overall sales of £7232 and the best ever month for sales with £1402 raised in September. Sales are already £861 ahead of last year with the Winter Coffee Morning in the Church Hall on Saturday 17 November still to come. In the light-hearted contest between Stewards, the Wednesday Wonders were in Bronze position with £995 of sales, the Saturday Supershots in Silver with £1075 and the Friday Fireballs in Gold with £1186.