Sat 19th Nov 11am — 3pm, Village Hall
The URC is once more hosting their successful Christmas Craft Fair — back by popular demand from stall holders and villagers alike.
With a Dickensian theme the Fair welcomes all visitors from far and wide to come along, enjoy the festive atmosphere with costumed stall holders and musical accompaniment; browse the quality locally handcrafted goods for sale — great for Christmas shopping.
There will be refreshments throughout the day served by the 1st Curry Rivel & Drayton Guides; bacon butties, tea & cakes — a raffle and tombola.
Amongst the items for sale will be pottery from Ellis Pottery of High Ham; beautifully turned wood; jewellery and
handbags from Gemasis of Low Ham; small scale wrought iron pieces made by Emma Logan in Stokesub-Hamdon;
cards; cakes & preserves; hand knitted dog sweaters for your favourite pooch; painted glass, ceramics and butterflies; fused glass; fabric gifts from Heart & Home of Curry Rivel, Christmas cakes (made in Curry Rivel), fabric covered boxes, Christmas decorations and novelties for children; kitchen textiles; sculpted crochet work; handpainted gifts and
pictures; lots of ideas for gifts for friends and family this Christmas.
Entry to the fair is free, there is good disabled access, free parking in the village car park a few metres away. A warm, friendly atmosphere in which to do your Christmas shopping with refreshments and entertainment too.
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