Bangers and mash night

Supper time: Guests at the sausage and mash supper included (from left) back ' Kenneth Toynbee, Ken Templman, Den Creasey, Cynthia Creasey; front ' Margaret Templeman, Elsie Fixter and Peter Fixter. Photo: SG061011-129TW

Supper time: Guests at the sausage and mash supper included (from left) back ' Kenneth Toynbee, Ken Templman, Den Creasey, Cynthia Creasey; front ' Margaret Templeman, Elsie Fixter and Peter Fixter. Photo: SG061011-129TW

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A SAUSAGE and mash supper and bring and buy sale raised £265 for Gosberton Clough Methodist Church.

Church steward Ken Templeman said 49 people attended and the meal was cooked for them by four members of Gosberton Methodist Church.

Money raised will go into church funds and be used for maintenance of the building.

Mr Templeman said: “It’s good that people get together. It makes a nice night out for folk.”

The sausage and mash supper is an annual event that has been running for about five years.

Mr Templeman said: “It’s well supported in the village. Most of the people come from the village, which is good because we are only a small village in Gosberton Clough.

“It’s very good for a small church.”