Photos From URC Dickensian Xmas Craft Fair

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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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