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St John the Baptist Autumn Fair

(1 November 2003)

 

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St John the Baptist held their annual Autumn Fair on Saturday 1st November, a little later than they normally have it.  They were rather worried that it may be a bad time as so many other activities were going on.  They need not have worried the Cookham Dean Village Hall was packed out. So far 2,400 has been counted, but there is some more to come.

A packed Cookham Dean Village Hall

There were a wide variety of different stalls along with the possibility of a sit down for a cup of coffee and a piece of cake.

   Charles Benson enjoys a cuppa 

Adrian Doble of Partners in Pewter had a glittering stall with lots of ideas for Christmas.  Adrian designs and makes all the articles in Cookham Dean with his wife Lesley.

 Partners in Pewter Stall

In addition there were stalls selling jams, chutneys, fudge, cakes, sweets and other goodies. Also books, tombola, raffles for a Christmas cake and also for hampers, whisky and wine. Marie Therese Ind had packed up hampers for the main raffle and had made them look extremely attractive. There was a book stall, Tradecraft and jewellery, plus beautiful containers of plants for the winter. It was amazing that everything fitted into the hall along with the crowds of people.

 Sue Teasdale sells raffle tickets for Marie Therese's hampers


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