Photos From URC Dickensian Xmas Craft Fair

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Curry Rivel Village
Curry Rivel Somerset
Curry Rivel Village
Curry Rivel Somerset
Curry Rivel Somerset
Curry Rivel Somerset

We have photos from the URC Dickensian Xmas Craft Fair, Sat 9th Nov 2019 in Curry Rivel Village Hall.
You can see all the photos on the website Gallery https://www.curryrivel.org.uk/gallery.html

A plethora of stalls offered hand crafted quality items for sale...
Hand painted glass, beautifully turned wood items, cards, candles, crocheted sculptures, bead work, papercraft, jams & chutneys, ceramics, original artwork, metalwork, bags, jewellery, cushions, sweets, flowers, even something for the family dog, and more.

With a Dickensian flavour, the Fair offered a warm indoor, friendly, festive atmosphere within which to browse and have some coffee & cake or a bacon roll, try your luck on the tombola & raffle, enjoying musical accompaniment from Singers and Musicians throughout.

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