GALLERY: Outwell St Clement’s Church Fayre brings early dose of festive cheer and raises valuable funds for roof repairs
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A church was packed with festive cheer on Friday as it staged its second Christmas Fayre.
St Clement’s Church in Outwell was lined with stalls offering everything from crafts to freshly baked cakes.
There was mulled wine and mince pies as well as face painting for the children.
The fayre raised more than £1,200, which will go towards ongoing repairs to the church roof.
Richard Ashby, of the Friends of St Clement’s Church, said: “it was a very nice occasion. There were more people there than last year and everyone had a fun time.
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“Thank you to everybody who attended and to the people who put in the effort with the stalls.”
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