Adderley Craft Fair & Fete

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Adderley Village Hall

A. R. Richards Ltd, a local Agricultural Contracting company, is arranging a craft fair and small fete with all the proceeds going toward the Midland Air Ambulance.

It will be on Sunday May 6th at Adderley Village Hall, 2.00 till 6.00pm.

The entry is £1.00 per adult including tea or coffee with biscuits, children free.

Craft stalls are available for booking at a one off payment of £15 pounds and a small gift donation for the raffle.

Booking dead line is 15th April 2012. Please message me for a booking form or more info if you or anyone else you know would be intrested as limited stall available so book early.

Email: sam@arrichards.co.uk
Phone: 01630 639888

 

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