Tatura All Saints fete a big hit

The Tatura All Saints annual fete gave a big crowd the chance to stock up early for Christmas and raise money for a good cause.

November 14, 2012 10:37am

Ursula Weitacher and Olive Stammers man one of the tables at the All Saints fete.

The Tatura All Saints annual fete on Friday attracted a big crowd, keen to pick up a bargain or early Christmas gift.

With plenty of stalls and produce to choose from, the day was a resounding success according to committee spokesperson Phyl Bramley.

Mrs Bramley said stalls ranged from flowers, plants and fresh vegetables to sewing accessories, knitting and crochet.

‘‘We also had a white elephant and a furniture stalls and much more, in other words, something for everyone,’’ she said.

And with morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea available, there was a continuous flow of people.

Mrs Bramley said the committee thanked the community and all who helped for their support.

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