Published: 11:14, 21 November 2012 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
Festive fun was the order of the day at a fundraising fair.
New Road Community Centre in Minster hosted its Christmas fete on Saturday.
There was a range of arts and craft stalls and refreshments on sale. It raised £150 which will be put back into the centre.
A spokesman said: “It was really good fun – very well attended and supported by the community.”
There’s plenty more fun planned at the centre.
On Friday from 7pm there will be a Christmas quiz which costs £5 per person including a buffet.
Teams are of four to eight people and there will also be a raffle and auction.
On Wednesday, December 12, there is a Christmas tea dance which starts at 1.30pm and costs £1.50 which includes a cracker and a mince pie.
The centre’s Christmas show is being put on by children from the arts and crafts club and volunteers on Friday, December 14, from 7pm.
It’s a variety show and will feature sketches, singing, saxophone playing.
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