The sun shone on us, and this was one of the best attended Summer Fairs we have had.
Bishop Donald Allister opened it with such thoughtful words, and great fun was had in both the hall and garden. The day included a BBQ and refreshments, bouncy castle, tombola, book stall, plant sale, treasure hunt, face painting, bric-à-brac, toys, books, and other things too including Liz P’s ever-popular bagatelle game. Congratulations to young Max who scored the highest total! We had wonderful music from the barber’s shop quartet, Strop, and later some cool jazz piano played by Ifeanyi.
Despite so much being offered free to the community, after expenses, the fair raised £500. This has been split between Sunflower Scotland, a charity that helps Ukrainians at the front line, and St Peter’s work with refugees. Thank you to all who contributed the the day!