Saturday Teas at Dalserf Church

Dalserf Church Saturday Teas

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Date:

Saturday 13 May 2017 12:00pm until Saturday 26 August 2017 4:00pm

Price:
Saturday Teas you pay for whatever you choose to eat

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Event's Address:

Dalserf Parish Church Dalserf Village on the A72 between Garrion Bridge and Rosebank

Dalserf Church have been serving Saturday Teas every Saturday from May – August for approximately 25 years.    People come from all over the county and they try to provide a comfortable event with good home baking and a friendly and Christian atmosphere.  Children are welcome and whilst no dogs are allowed we do provide water bowls outside.

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Parking:  Large car park available

Location:  Dalserf Parish Church Dalserf Village on the A72 between Garrion Bridge and Rosebank

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