Village church holds Christmas fair

PUBLISHED: 17:00 30 November 2017

Cleeve guides' stall.

Cleeve guides' stall.

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A pre-Christmas treat was held in Cleeve to help get villagers into the festive spirit.

Churchwarden June Richards with her craft gifts.Churchwarden June Richards with her craft gifts.

With the big day less than one month away, Holy Trinity Church’s seasonal fair gave everyone a chance to make a dent in their Christmas shopping lists.

A variety of local organisations, including the guides, set up a stall for people to buy gifts and play games.

Several stocking-filler ideas were up for grabs, including crafts, sweet treats and more.

For younger visitors – and a few older attendees – there was a guess the teddy’s bear name game as well.

Dozens of villagers braved the chilly temperatures outside to make their way to the Christmas fair on Saturday.


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