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.