Church warden is blown away with how much money a simple Spring Fayre can make in a tiny village
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Spring has sprung at St Peter’s Church in Wimblington thanks to a fayre that raised £712.
The annual event has grown in popularity in recent years said church warden Peter James who said this year’s event was packed with people enjoying a host of stalls and refreshments.
“The amount we raised was astounding,” he said.
“It is amazing how much we can make in one day, it’s nice to know our event seems to be growing, for the last few years it has become busier and busier.”
The event had a range of bric a brac stalls, plants, tombola, tea, coffee and cake and crafts.
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It is one of the major fund raising events in the church calendar which helps raise money towards upkeep of the historic building.
The next event is a McMillan Cancer coffee morning on Tuesday September 20 and in November the Autumn fayre.
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