Terrington St Clement craft fair supports crossing fund

Craft fair at Terrington St Clement organised by staff at the Co Op store in the village, iao school crossing campaign, LtoR, Louise Ryan, Jo Butler-Eldridge, Jeanette Easthall (stall holder), Steph Dye, Riley Stone, Julie High, Molly Ryan, Siriporn Merritt.

Craft fair at Terrington St Clement organised by staff at the Co Op store in the village, iao school crossing campaign, LtoR, Louise Ryan, Jo Butler-Eldridge, Jeanette Easthall (stall holder), Steph Dye, Riley Stone, Julie High, Molly Ryan, Siriporn Merritt.

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Girls from the local Co-op at Terrington St Clement hired out the village pavillion and opened it up to 12 local craft stalls on Saturday to aid an on-going village project.

Co-op staff also held an in-store raffle and at the pavilion for a £40 hamper, as well as making and selling cakes to put towards the final proceeds. Joining in the fun during the four-hour fair were Mr Bumble and the KL.FM Bee. The fair, which raised a total of £615, was held in support of the campaign to finance a new crossing point on Churchgate Way, close to both the community school and St Clement’s High School. A petition calling for improved safety measures on the school road was launched in May, in the same week that a bus was involved in a collision with a parked car.

Pictured above at the Terrington St Clement Co-Op craft fair, from left, are: Louise Ryan, Jo Butler-Eldridge, Jeanette Easthall (stallholder), Steph Dye, Riley Stone, Julie High, Molly Ryan, Siriporn Merritt.

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