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Christmas Bazaar at all saints - Updated 9th December 2018  

Firebowl  The rain held off for this years Christmas Bazaar held in All Saints Church yesterday (Sat 8th) encouraging a sizeable proportion of Farringdon residents to sample the wares (and Mulled Wine!) on offer.

  In the Churchyard the Christmas trees were awaiting collection and fire had been lit to provide a plentiful supply of Hot Chestnuts. . . . .


Christmas Bazaar

. . and Carol and Steph were on hand with a selection of plants and bulbs for the horticultural minded although I'm not sure that Andrew was a potential customer..

Plant sales

Johns arrival seemed to provoke some amusement from the Hot Chestnut team, perhaps it was something to do with the slightly wayward hairdo.
(Note the snazzy festive jumper in the background)

Hot Chestnut Team

Scarves etcFor Sale


In addition to the usual coffee, biscuits and the festive mulled wine, a wide variety of items could be found on the various stalls inside the Church, scarves, gadgets, lanterns more than enough to provide inspiration for those desperately searching for that special gift to ensure domestic harmony over the Festive season.

(N.B. This does not imply that your reporter should be included in this category, desperation levels are only reached on the day preceding Christmas Eve!)



FionaYoung Artists



Farringdon Artist Fiona Pearce was on hand with a selection of her original paintings prints and cards on offer.


Not very far away, in the choir stalls, some up and coming artists were also demonstrating their talent.

MollyFor SaleThere were still plenty of interest in the goods on offer and it was a pleasure to see Molly out an about again and enjoying a drop of warming mulled wine.

(Incidentally this photo was taken just before she politely suggested your reporter should take himself and his camera somewhere else !)

Of course Molly and all the senior inhabitants of Farringdon will be back in the Church on the 13th Dec to enjoy the Annual Over 60's Christmas Dinner.






David Horton, complete with Bowler Hat, was adding Iain Ross to the list of hopefuls in the draw for one of the two, well stocked Christmas Hampers on offer this year.

Once again the Christmas Bazaar proved to be a well supported annual event in the Farringdon Village Calendar.

Congratulations to all those who contributed to the success of the 2018 Christmas Bazaar





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