Testbourne Community School PTFA
Gift & Craft Fair

If you are looking for something different to give as Christmas presents or unusual Christmas decorations this is the place to shop, with stalls offering a rich variety of gifts and handcrafted items for sale.

Stalls
Stalls include hand crafted jewellery, cards, clutch bags, hand crafted Christmas decorations, stocking fillers and ornaments, wood turned bowls and platters, jewellery boxes and clocks, glass art, hand painted statues, animals and plaques, gift and home ware with vintage/retro feel, sock monkeys, children’s toys and teddy bears, homemade cupcakes, chutneys, pickles and marmalades, glass art, a vast variety of knitted items including toys and character jumpers, hair accessories and much, much more.
In addition stalls have been booked by Pampered Chef, Phoenix Trading, Usbourne Books and For Ever Living.

Music and refreshments
Entertainment includes festive music and carols by Testbourne ‘Five Star’ Flute Choir and ‘Bella Voce’ while you browse around the lovely stalls or sit and enjoy some refreshments.
Music starts at approx. 11.30am.
Homemade cakes and freshly prepared rolls along with a selection of hot and cold drinks, reasonably priced, will be served all day.

Grand Opening
The Whitchurch Carnival Queen, Carnival Princess and their attendants have kindly agreed to open the ‘Fair’ at 11 o’clock and the Whitchurch Mayor, Cllr Jackie Day will be visiting the ‘Fair’ at around 11.30 am.

And you can win too…
There will be the usual raffle and tombola stalls organised by the PTFA.
The raffle will be drawn at 3.30pm.

Admission
Admission is 50p for adults, Senior Citizens and children under 16 years free.

The ‘Gift & Craft Fair’ is organised by Testbourne Community School Parents, Teachers & Friends Association.
All funds raised from this event will go towards the purchase of furniture for the outside covered area.

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For all enquiries please contact Hilary Bond – 01256 892350
Sorry all tables have now been sold.

Event Details

Date: October 28, 2012 at 12:00 am

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