CWA shop pops up to raise funds for drought relief

Louise Packer, Paul Cole and Robin Guihot in the pop-up shop.

Louise Packer, Paul Cole and Robin Guihot in the pop-up shop.

The Cowra Evening Branch of the Country Women's Association is again opening their Pop-Up Shop in Kendal Street.

The shop will be next to Re'lish, opposite Target and open on Thursday, July 25 from 10am to 4pm, Friday, July 26 from 10am to 4pm and Saturday, July 27 from 9am to 12noon.

Donations of saleable goods are welcome to be left at the shop on Wednesday, July 24.

All sorts of goods will be for sale including secondhand and new, sewings notions, books, shoes, clothes, toys, jams and home cooking. Devonshire teas will be available with fresh scones, jam and cream, a CWA speciality.

This occasion will also be the launch of the Rocking Horse Raffle. This horse, from the famous Roebuck rocking horse manufacturing family, has been faithfully restored by Nan Duncan.

Nan has very generously donated it to CWA to raffle with the proceeds going to Drought Relief. Tickets are $5 each and will be sold over the next few months.