GALLERY: St Peter’s church in March hosts its Christmas Fayre

15:07 26 November 2012

St Peter

St Peter's church March christmas fayre, Santa and his helper was in attendance.

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ST Peter’s church in March held their annual Christmas Fayre on Saturday.

Visitors were treated to Father Christmas, a vintage bicycle exhibition, a woodcraft stall, a card stall, draws and a tombola.

The stalls raised £800 and with food included the total amount raised was more than £1,000.

David Collision, who is church warden, said: “It went very well.

“When I walked around it was all very bristling and busy and Father Christmas was very much in evidence.”

The money raised will go towards the church’s £60,000 annual costs,

Mr Collision invited March residents to come along and enjoy the church’s peaceful surroundings.

He said: “We have the church open all day everyday for the town’s people to walk in and sit quietly whatever faith they may have.”

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