Santa Claus and John Pass open the Xmas Fair

The 63rd Cancer Research UK Xmas Fair took place at Wistaston Memorial Hall, Church Lane, writes Jonathan White.

The annual event was organised by the Crewe & Nantwich Cancer Research UK Group.

There were numerous stalls with cakes, chutneys, cheese & pickles, sweets, chocolate Santas, books, handbags, scarves, jewellery, toiletries, cards, candles, plants, a wine tombola, a teddy tombola and Christmas themed games.

A tea room served drinks and snacks.

Children were able to visit Father Christmas and receive a present from him.

More than £3,500 was raised at the event, which will go to Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK pioneers life-saving research to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.

John Pass, committee chairman, said: “The support has been overwhelming for the sixty-three years we have held the event.

“It is amazing that one event has been so vibrant for such a period of time and long may it continue.

“We give a big thank you to all the volunteers and sponsors and for everyone who came to the event.”

If you would like to learn more about the work of the Crewe & Nantwich Cancer Research UK Group or would like to volunteer at any of their events please contact Lesley Rowlands, Treasurer, on 07496756447.

Father Christmas and elf helper

Plant stall

Wistaston Memorial Hall

One Comment

  1. The final total amount raised was £5,476.82, which included match funding from HSBC.

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