COFFEE morning is being held on Saturday, August 13 in aid of Bennet House Minibus Fund.
The event will take place at the home of Jim and Violet Hamilton, 37 St James Park, Ballymoney from 10.30am to 1pm.
There will also be a free raffle. Everyone welcome.
Visit Portstewart Town Hall on Saturday 13 August from 11am – 6pm and enjoy the opportunity to buy from an interesting array of independent sellers that you won’t see on the high street.
Organised by Julie Bailie, Events & Exhibitions Executive/ Morton Newspapers, this ‘Summer Craft Fair’ is the second of two events, and with FREE admission another large turnout is expected with lots on offer to buy, including
a range of oil paintings, children’s art and pop art canvasses for children and adults, beautiful costume jewellery
handmade cards, homemade cupcakes, cookies and bakes, phoenix cards and stationery range, jewellery, bags & clips crafted from recycled materials and lots lots more!
Take some time out of your busy day and encourage the artist in your children with ‘Paint Me Glaze Me’. Friendly staff will be on hand to help you and your family paint pieces of pottery. Suitable for young and old alike!
The RSPB will also be at the Summer Craft Fair promoting its new campaign “Stepping Up for Nature”, which aims to halt the decline in biodiversity in the UK by 2020 by urging everyone from school children to government ministers to take a variety of steps to protect wildlife.
Finaly why not treat yourself or a loved one to the superb premium Irish artisan berry liquer ‘Boozeberries’?
There will be something to suit everyone & every budget, so there really is something for every member of the family.
Stands are limited at the moment but several are available so if you would like to sell at this Craft Fair on Saturday 13 August please contact Julie Bailie on 028 3839 5504 or email firstname.lastname@example.org