23 March 2017

Nearly here

Our Easter bazaar in aid of Alzheimer's Research is nearly upon us.  I have been knitting up a storm, much to the detriment of my poor right hand, thumb pain.  Looking forward to giving it a bit of a rest. Most of the knitting is complete, all labelled and priced, packed up and ready to go.

The local village magazine dropped through the door this afternoon and there was our poster.  We have an advert going out on several local radio stations next week too, so we are hoping for a good turn out.  Everyone has been working so hard, and you have already been very generous, buying raffle tickets at local events. We have been begging raffle/tombola prizes and have offers of cakes for our cake stall.  Hopefully the weather will play ball and we can have the bouncy castles and of course there is an ice cream van

Things are perking up in the garden, with lots of spring flowers.  I know I share spring flower photos every year but they are so pretty not too.

So, if you are around the Swavesey, Cambridgeshire area next Saturday 1st April, we would love to see you at the Windmill.  Pop in and say hi, browse the stalls - buy your Easter gifts, have a coffee and cake, leave a donation in the bucket.  For more info check out our Facebook page.  Sally and I look forward to welcoming you.

1 comment:

  1. I hope your sale is a grand success! It's been fun to see all the projects you've knit. No wonder your thumb is sore!


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