Tarvin Methodist Church Craft Fair

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Despite an early morning shower the craft fair on Saturday, 4th. November, at Tarvin Methodist Church was a huge success. A steady stream of visitors all day enjoyed all the festivities and refreshments on offer. It was a very happy joyful occasion that brought together all ages from the village and many visitors from further afield who were making return visits from previous years.

All stallholders were kept very busy and the dedicated volunteers on the refreshments and in the kitchen kept everyone fed and happy. The "Men in Sheds" stall outside under their marquee were a great attraction and showed their skills at wood turning and carving. It was good to see many old friends and lots of new ones recently moved into the village able to come together as a community.

A good time was had by all!

Our grateful thanks go to everyone who helped or supported in any way to make this such a happy day and to raise £1500 towards the work of Tarvin Methodist Church in our village.

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