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King's Lynn Christmas Craft Fair at Methodist Hall organised by Spectrum Art Group

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A colourful time was had by all at a Christmas Craft Fair organised by The Spectrum Art Group at the Methodist Church Hall in Lynn on Saturday,

Bringing a bright note was secretary of the Lynn-based group, Richard Sexton who provided keyboard music. Meanwhile, Jo Abbott laid on sausage rolls and cheese scones and other members supplied cakes.

Chair of Spectrum Art Group, Yvonne Glenn pointed out that most of the items sold on the day – including Christmas gift ideas like jewellery, crafts, cards and perfumery – were handmade.

She said: "Yes it was successful and a very good attendance throughout the day, we're very happy. It was quite busy and the cakes went down very well.

"We used to meet in July before the lockdown. There are no firms plans for next year yet but we hope to have a church event in July and we have another fair planned for next November."

In the past the group has raised money for the Tapping House hospice but this time proceeds will be going to the Methodist Hall, with the sum to be confirmed.

Members of Spectrum Art and Craft, to which Reffley Art Group is affiliated, meet every Thursday between the new times of 10am and 12pm to paint at the London Road-based Methodist Church Hall.

New members are welcome and can contact Yvonne on 01553 816559.

Pictured from left are: Yvonne Glenn (chairman, Spectrum Art Group), Tina Gilespie, Tatiana Halliday, Jo Abbott, Richard Sexton (secretary Spectrum Art Group). MLNF-21PM11045

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