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The craft fair held at Tarvin Methodist Church on Saturday 3rd November was hailed a great success by the many visitors and stallholders and especially the organisers.

Throughout the day a steady stream of visitors gave the event a busy atmosphere of friendship and lively activity. The refreshments on offer, of a very high standard, were very popular, with the bacon butties again being a firm favourite.

All the stallholders were kept very busy and the diverse selection of goods on sale provided a good selection of goods to tempt the early Christmas shoppers.

Grateful thanks go to all the people who helped in any way either behind the scenes or on the day and to all the many people who attended to make the day such a great success. We look forward to seeing you all again next year.

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