Webteam: July 2016
Wimborne members have recently donated old tools (gardening, DIY, plumbing etc) which are no longer required. These can be repaired and put in good order by a team of volunteers and then given to those in need of tools, perhaps to learn a new trade, or to continue with skills they already have.
Rod Hill from the Wimborne Baptist Church would like to thank everyone who has donated to this collection of tools. They are now on a journey to Ipswich to be prepared for wherever they are needed, helping recipients to benefit with work or a new adventure in their lives.
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