Craft fair raises hundreds of pounds for hall funds

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Kilmore and Kilbride Christmas craft and produce fair raised £500 for hall funds.

The event, on Sunday November 27, was the second successful market held at the community hall this year.

All stall places were booked well in advance and included fresh fish, baked goods and many crafts helping to promote the Shop Local aspect of Christmas.

Sorcha bakery was at Kilmore’s festive fair.
The craft fair was a good opportunity to put the new kitchen extension at Kilmore community to use.
Lots of treats on sale at Kimore and Kilbride’s craft and produce festive fair.

It was an opportunity for the hall’s new kitchen extension to be used to provide homemade soups for sale along with teas, coffee and cakes.

‘It is hoped to hold at least one community event each month next year,’ said Sue Burden from the Kilmore and Kilbride community.


Caption: Plenty of crafts and produce on sale at Kilmore Community Hall