Wrenbury Fete

Talents to Treasure
July 26, 2016
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July 26, 2016
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Wrenbury Fete

Cynthia and David pose for the camera whilst selling a great assortment of antiques and collectables as part of their Talents to Treasure project.

The sun shone, a fun day was had by all and we raised money for the Benefice churches …what a great result!

Left to right: Ali Rowlands and Charli Piper on the bottle stall, Karen and Val serving Pimms, Elizabeth Gentil and her Candle Making kit Mark Teasdale is spoiled for choice at Cath Mansfield's Haberdashery stall

Left to right: Ali Rowlands and Charli Piper on the bottle stall,
Karen and Val serving Pimms, Elizabeth Gentil and her Candle Making kit, Mark Teasdale is spoiled for choice at Cath Mansfield’s Haberdashery stall

Rob Blacklock and Sean O'Brien (all the way from Yorkshire for the occasion!) hard at work at the barbecue. Thanks to New Primebake for kindly donating the bread and to The Great Tasting Meat Company for a very generous discount on the sausages and burgers

Rob Blacklock and Sean O’Brien (all the way from Yorkshire for the occasion!) hard at work at the barbecue.
Thanks to New Primebake for kindly donating the bread and to The Great Tasting Meat Company for a very generous discount on the sausages and burgers

 Baddiley's tombola went that well that they had sold out before the fete finished.

Baddiley’s tombola went that well that they had sold out before the fete finished.

Olga and Elizabeth (with a little help from Rachel) sold 600 ducks which raced down the river at 4:30. Many thanks to The Dusty Miller who once again sponsored the duck race, and to everyone who supported us by buying a duck.

Olga and Elizabeth (with a little help from Rachel) sold 600 ducks which raced down the river at 4:30. Many thanks to The Dusty Miller who once again sponsored the duck race, and to everyone who supported us by buying a duck.

 

The talented members of the garden club not only brightened up the fete with their plants but generously donated half of their takings to St Margaret's.

The talented members of the garden club not only brightened up the fete with their plants but generously donated half of their takings to St Margaret’s.

Catherine Moore from The Wingate Centre assisted by our very own Shirley Starkey raised some much needed funds on the bric a brac stall.

Catherine Moore from The Wingate Centre assisted by our very own Shirley Starkey raised some much needed funds on the bric a brac stall.

The Pimms stall made the most profit – obviously down to the skill of the barmaids!

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