Tons of fun at autumn craft fair

PUBLISHED: 11:00 28 October 2015 | UPDATED: 11:39 28 October 2015

6th Worle Guides Rachel Molly and Madison face painting and hair colouring.

6th Worle Guides Rachel Molly and Madison face painting and hair colouring.

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AN ARRAY of arts and crafts were on offer at the annual autumn fair held at a Worle church last week.

Denise Reeve, Gill Walcot and Sally Evans with their gift stall.Denise Reeve, Gill Walcot and Sally Evans with their gift stall.

St Mark’s Church, in Queensway, welcomed a number of groups to the area to run stalls and join the fun at its fundraising fair.

Members of the 6th Worle Guides turned children into glittery animals with their face-painting and they added a sprinkling of colour to people’s hair at their hair-colouring stall.

People who wanted to start their Christmas shopping early were not disappointed, with plenty of trinkets and homemade crafts on offer.


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