Friday November 13th 10.00am 3.00pm
Committee Rooms, Civic Centre, Pershore
Organised by WDC Cllr Mrs Anna Mackison, the fayre has now become a firm fixture on the chairman’s fundraising list. It was a great day, very well supported, considering the weather was somewhat inclement and we raised a total of £237. Many thanks to Anna, my supported charities, Evesham shopmobility, Droitwich Canals Trust and Pershore Riverside Youth Centre are very appreciative.
Driving force Anna Mackison with husband George.
Anna produces amazing and unique jewellery.
Anna’s Jewellery Designs
Worcs WR10 3JE
Holding the fort, acting manager of Audrey’s Hats, is WDC Cllr Roma Kirke. With all hats at just a fiver on the day, this was very popular stall
‘Allo Vera’, well hallo Meena actually. Meena is the one on the right and all the products are produced from Aloe Vera, there was even a very tasty drink! I bought some after shave balm.
Dr S. Muthumeenakshi (Meena)
12 Waterloo Close
Adrian Nichols came with a fantastic range of Jamie Oliver cookware. He also had a squirrel nutcracker, which my granddaughter Holly just had to have!
Diana Wiseman-Clarke produced a range of books to shame many a bookseller. There was a lovely book called ‘Dear Father Christmas’ all about a little girl called Holly. Well, we had to buy that, didn’t we.
Shropshire SY8 2AH
Hannah’s Gifts of Worcester, had a wonderful range of gifts for all occasions. Smellies, flowered mirrors and plant pot holders. Gorgeous bags, beautiful scarves from india, pashminas and shimmering shawls. Something for everyone. Manning the stand today was Nick Gregory, Hannah’s husband.
This is Cath Allen, who was selling greeting cards, and all types of wrapping paper and stationery from Phoenix Trading, the worlds number one direct selling greeting card company.
23 Perscoran Way
Worcs WR10 1QR
Skelding CNC is a company that produces fine wooden crafted items that come flat packed for home assembly and decoration. Individually designed by Vernon Skelding, that’s his wife in the picture, there is something for all occasions. One sale was 4 christmas trees to the same person. Happy days.
31 North Street Industrial Estate
Worcs WR9 8JB
Our final stall was Chocolate Deli Handmade Chocolates. Individual chocolate to die for, rather sums up this stall. They also had some super gift ideas, all centred around chocolate. Lovely 🙂
Jinney Ring Craft Centre
Hanbury B60 4BU
Wendy manning the raffle which raised £102 🙂 Prizes were a hamper, donated by Wendy and a soft cuddly deer, now named Spotty, donated by Tewkesbury Mop.
Thanks to everyone who came, stallholders, WDC staff and general public. I must also mention my secretary Karen Peters and our media team, who did all the posters, advertising, invitations, everything to help make this the success it was. Anna, you will have to do another one next year, you’re on a roll.