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43 days ago

πŸš˜πŸš—Car Boot Market πŸš• πŸš—

Yvonne from Stoke

CAR BOOT MARKET
9th July 2022
Richmond Church of Christ
Cnr Croucher & Darcy Street
Plenty of sites available Have you got something to sell, then there's a site for you.
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Sausage Sizzle
Books and lots more.

Time. 9am to 12noon.
Sites $5.00 set up from 7.30am
Cancelled if wet.

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R
14 days ago

Annual Book Fair 13th August Richmond Church of Christ

Richmond Church of Christ from Richmond

Richmond Church of Christ Church from Richmond Annual Book Fair

Hi we are still seeking donations of suitable books, DVD's complete puzzles etc
We can pick up or you can leave in collection box by church front door

txt 022 094 6682 for pick up

Book Fair 9-1pm Saturday 13th August running alongside revamped monthly Boot Market

Richmond Church of Christ 59 Croucher Street (Cnr Croucher Darcy Streets

R
6 hours ago

Book fair and Boot Market This Saturday

Richmond Church of Christ from Richmond

Book Fair 9-1pm this Saturday running alongside monthly Boot Market
100's books from just $1 each,
huge range Books, DVD's CD's puzzle's
Also desks chairs Dining table and chairs Lots bargains @ Boot Market
Hot Sausages Chinese Food tea coffee available
Richmond Church of Christ 59 Croucher Street Richmond

17 hours ago

Richar - MacBook Air

Shelby from Richmond

Kia ora koutou

I am wondering if anyone by the name of Richar has purchased a new or second hand MacBook Air in the last couple of months, I have gained a new MacBook Air on Find My App and it doesn’t belong to me but has somehow been logged in to my Apple Find My and the only way I can fully remove it is by erasing it, but I’d like to try find the person first as I don’t know who it is or what’s on their device that they may lose if I do erase it but I don’t want some random persons laptop connected to my account.
If this is you or you may know who please get in touch with me so I can get them to back up their stuff first!

Ngā mihi