GALLERY: Fenland charity FACET holds successful craft fair and table top sale
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A FENLAND charity which helps people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health problems held a craft fair and table top sale on Saturday.
The Mayor of March and FACET chairman Councillor Andrew Pugh attended the event at the Marwick Centre, March, and chatted to the stallholders and visitors.
Refreshments were available and music was provided by Bondy.
FACET’s plant centre was also open throughout the day.
The charity is planning an event with a festive theme for November 30.
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There will be even more food and refreshments and lots more stalls.
FACET improve access to training and help people move into paid or voluntary work.
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They empower their 95 students to lead more independent lives and engage in activities, which helps them to become more integrated with the rest of the community.
For more information about the charity go to www.fenlandareacommunityenterprisetrust.org.uk