Hall of stalls was a purrfect way to raise funds for Cat Welfare Wisbech

Cat Welfare (Wisbech) held a Hall of Stalls at St Peters Church hall, Wisbech. Mathilde Tranter .

Cat Welfare (Wisbech) held a Hall of Stalls at St Peters Church hall, Wisbech. Mathilde Tranter . - Credit: Archant

PLANTS, bric-a-brac and books were among the items that went on sale at a hall of stalls on Saturday, raising about £250 for Cat Welfare Wisbech.

Cat Welfare (Wisbech) held a Hall of Stalls at St Peters Church hall, Wisbech. Richard Lewis.

Cat Welfare (Wisbech) held a Hall of Stalls at St Peters Church hall, Wisbech. Richard Lewis. - Credit: Archant

The charity’s secretary, Dawn Sammons, said: “We were absolutely delighted with the support we received, and the amount of money we raised.

Cat Welfare (Wisbech) held a Hall of Stalls at St Peters Church hall, Wisbech. Dawn Sammons who orga

Cat Welfare (Wisbech) held a Hall of Stalls at St Peters Church hall, Wisbech. Dawn Sammons who organised the event. - Credit: Archant

“A couple of people have also shown some interest in adopting one of our cats, which is an added bonus.”

Cat Welfare (Wisbech) held a Hall of Stalls at St Peters Church hall, Wisbech.

Cat Welfare (Wisbech) held a Hall of Stalls at St Peters Church hall, Wisbech. - Credit: Archant

The charity currently has half a dozen fosterers caring for 40 cats, with 15 of the felines awaiting re-homing.

Dawn added: “The money raised from the hall of stalls held at St Peter’s Church Hall in Wisbech will be used to pay for food, litter and vets bills.


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“Details of cats needing a new home can be found on the website, www.catwelfarewisbech.co.uk, or on the charity’s Facebook page.

She added: “The sale was so successful and so enjoyable that we are planning another one later in the year.”

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For more information about Cat Welfare Wisbech, call 07918 869503.

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