SCORES of people attended the Goring and District Twinning Association’s third annual craft fair at the
SCORES of people attended the Goring and District Twinning Association’s third annual craft fair at the village hall.
The two-day fair featured almost 30 stalls selling a range of goods including pottery, jewellery, hand-turned wood, Christmas cards and photographs. Most stallholders were local and were selling hand-made items.
There was also a raffle with prizes donated by local businesses andÂ association members, who alsoÂ provided home-made soup, cakes and hot drinks.
The proceeds will fund the association’s exchange visits with residents of Goring’s French twin town BellÃªme.
Organiser Sue Lyons said: “It was pretty successful as the attendance was higher than last year. There was a steady stream of people coming and going the whole time and the stallholders were very happy with how they’d done.”