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From: The Socialist issue 886, 27 January 2016: Housing: smash the Tory wrecking bill

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Socialist Students bake-off

Socialist Students raising money to fund travel to conference, photo by Helen Pattison

Socialist Students raising money to fund travel to conference, photo by Helen Pattison   (Click to enlarge)

School and college Socialist Party members in Walthamstow raised more than 70 selling muffins, cookies and brownies they had baked.

The young members are going to the Socialist Students national conference in Coventry.

People were happy to donate when they explained the money was going to fund their travel up.

Walthamstow Socialist Students' campaign stall, photo by Trish Gujadhur

Walthamstow Socialist Students' campaign stall, photo by Trish Gujadhur   (Click to enlarge)

Due to the upcoming Socialist Students conference in Coventry on 13 February, we held a bake sale selling muffins, cookies and some brownies.

At the bake sale, we encountered many people who were grandly in support of what we were doing and received several generous donations.

Furthermore, a large number of people were very interested and signed our petition against the air strikes in Syria.

Overall, the bake sale was successful for numerous reasons, one being that we raised an amazing amount of 70.82!

Trish Gujadhur

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