Saturday, 3 December 2016

Christmas Fayre

The Cameron family, who worked incredibly hard preparing the Fayre made a real success of the afternoon. I with seven stalwarts from the Flower Show committee manned the refreshment table and kitchen, (which was a job in itself!) aided by Eirlys, and Mrs Trellis

Karen  who knitted a hat for me a few years ago with my own sheeps wool was one of many stall holders!

 Mrs Trellis ( in the bobble hat ) selling hotdogs!
Santa ( Dave Smith from Bryon Street) turned up on his moter bike! 


A slightly obscured view of the village school children singing on the stage
( I don't think I ever want to hear " little Donkey" ever again

Off to bed now, on night shift later

33 comments:

  1. It does look busy! I'm questioning the lady with the knitting ... that's quite the snag she's leading into! Here's hoping the Fayre was a great success!

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  2. Where does Mrs Trellis get her personal fashion ideas from? "Vogue" or "Cosmopolitan" like Karen.

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  3. This looks like a great day and everyone.

    cheers, parsnip

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  4. I'd love to shop that fair and it looks like there was a good turnout.

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  5. Karen looks as though she has been knitting non-stop since the last Christmas Fayre. It looks a very successful event - many congratulations to you all - you deserve it for all the hard work you've put in.

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  6. Aw, no audio of Little Donkey?

    You're right; Santa's ride is one "mother bike"!

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    1. I did get a video but haven't got time to load it

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  7. Santa's sleigh. Wow!

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  8. So, so cool! I would immediately have bought some of that gorgeous fresh greenery from the stand in the corner and something knitted and a hot dog and ... You have got to love a bobble hat!!

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  9. It all looks very jolly, I really fancy some that soup now.

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  10. Every thing looks so beautiful and happy there.

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  11. It all looks just perfect :)
    I love Mrs Trellis in her hat !

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    1. And the antlers on the motorcycle ! lol

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  12. It looks wonderful.
    Love the upmarket, modern sleigh too.

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  13. I love Rudolf, Santa's red-nose reindeer parked outside, with the "smiling" side-car!
    Greetings Maria x

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  14. I'd have been up for a bowl of leek and potato soup and a hot dog, and would definitely have snagged a bit of wooly goodness from Karen's stall. Santa's bike looks wicked! What a great looking fayre.

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  15. I would be visiting Karen's stall immediately!!

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  16. Lovely and busy! Good food and good stuff to buy...I wish we still has a Christmas Fair here.

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  17. Karen's booth looks wonderful. :)

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  18. Looks like good day was had by all! Btw did you know you can get your favourite Darryl(and other models from W.D.) from Amazon?

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  19. Excellent! That looks about the size and variety of our craft group sale; I'd like to step right through the screen into that hall! Glad it was a success.

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  20. What a wonderful community tradition. There are some wonderful deep yard colors there.

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  21. Quite the turn out. It helps get everyone in the Christmas spirit. What were you doing in the kitchen? Did you cook up the hotdogs that were being sold? -Jenn

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  22. Close to how things are around here, but without the Little Donkey.
    :)

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  23. Your village hall looks very impressive for a small Welsh village. Maybe it's not as small as I imagine.

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  24. It looks so festive. Well done all x

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  25. oooooooh, be still my beating heart ~ Karen's stall looked absolutely fabulous!

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