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Issue No. 123 - 29th November 2006
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Ross-in-Bloom Advent Market

A very successful Advent Market was held last Sunday by Ross-in-Bloom to raise funds for Ross Pre-school Playgroup. Approximately twenty crafts and charity stalls took part, selling a very wide selection of craft items and bric a brac suitable for Christmas Gifts.

Stallholders were encouraged to wear something festive, such as a Christmas Hat or Flashing Jewellery and Ross Town Band arrived after lunch to entertain both stallholders and shoppers alike. The day produced lots of smiles and all stallholders went away with cash boxes of takings - proof the event was a great success.

All shops in the town had previously been visited and given a flyer or poster to display It was an ideal alternative opening time instead of the late night shopping event, which has not been a huge success in the past. Some shops opened for trading too.

Everybody agreed that the day had been successful and many asked if it could be held again next year.

Cards for Good Cause had a good day selling their Christmas Cards in the Heritage Centre, where they will be available until Sunday, 10th December. The cards are selling fast so an early visit is recommended.

Pictured below are some of the charity stalls at Sunday's Advent Market.


With Mary Powell and Pauline Williams, Mrs. Joyce Thomas MBE DL came along to offer her support to
Ross Pre-school playgroup. Ref: DSC_9856

Ross Quakers Jane Turnball and Julia Richardson with children, Cathie and Charlie Thornley, Henry and Isobel Wadge, Rose Addison and Emily Barbow. Ref: DSC_9814

For Age Concern, Chris Hulbert, Maurine Johnson, Janet Macdonald and Peggie Thorne. Ref: DSC_9819

For Bridstow School, Jules and Amy King and Rose Kibble. Ref: DSC_9832

A view inside the market on Sunday. Ref: DSC_9838

Supporting Ross Town Ladies Football Club, Hannah Brooks and Emma Roberts. Ref: DSC_9846

Clare O'Grady and Amelia Hughes for Herefordshire Voluntary Action. Ref: DSC_9849

Maurine Cowdrey and Rose Tingle for Multiple Sclerosis Support. Ref: DSC_9853

Ross Town Band entertain during the afternoon. Ref: DSC_9864

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