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Jubilee Fair

There's a local Business and Jubilee community fair next weekend. It's based at Woore Victory Hall on Sunday June 3rd, 10.00am — 4.00pm (free entry) and we will be having a party!

Local artists and craftspeople, plus small indepent shop owners, will be selling their wares such as jewellery, artisan foods and hand-made gifts, along with our vintage tearoom — which will be serving hot pork rolls with crackling and homemade chutneys as well as the traditional afternoon tea!

We have vintage sellers showcasing the very best clothing and homeware from the Coronation era which will really give a unique twist on the monthly event.

Throw in 1940/50's music and a vintage iceream van and you've got a perfect combination for a wonderful Jubilee!

 

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