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Barbie and Sindy dolls donated

24.06.2015

Dolls donated to raise funds for BWBF.

Barbies
Barbies

Generous supporters have donated more than 60 Barbie and Sindy dolls.

Nicky and Jo gave us the toys along with a selection of accessories.

They were from a collection built up over many years and are in immaculate condition.

The dolls have been listed on our eBay store.

Money generated from this act of kindness is very much appreciated.



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