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Wessex Archaeology Salisbury team is delighted to have raised £257.41 for Macmillan on Friday 30 September. Many thanks to all who baked, donated and ate the cakes! To find out how to host your own Charity Coffee morning follow this link By Pippa Bradley, Quality & Publications Manager News
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