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The Christmas Fayre at St Faith’s Church  on 23 November has a full house now with all the stalls taken and the Lord Nelson confirmed  on board serving mulled wine, real ale and hot, festive food.

FoodMany of the businesses from the 2009 Fayre will be returning.  Richardsons the butchers, the Cracked Pot florist, Jane West jewellery, the Dressing Up Chest, Waterstone’s, Lleixia Art, the Bijou Box, Kew Bridge Steam Museum, Cubico, graveythecollector and Kumari Glass are all signed up for the event. New additions for food lovers are Poisson fresh fish, School of Wok and Cookery Coach, with cookery demonstrations again featuring.  Other newcomers are Indian Presence, Serranda Sensuals, London Mummy, Ethical Babe, Lorna Kyle Handmade Cards and Crafts, Neal’s Yard Remedies Organic, Mission Explore, Mini IQ and Wozu. 

Each will be bringing a host of ideas for Christmas and all the family are catered for when it comes to gift shopping.  Seasonal cards and decorations will be on sale, plus plenty of inspiration for the younger members of the family.  Jewellery and beauty products, children’s clothes and beautiful home accessories will be displayed.

The Reverend Derath Durkin, vicar at St Faith’s, says: “There’ll be a great mix of West London businesses represented at the Fayre.  Local talent in the form of choirs and musicians are lined up for the entire three hours, creating a wonderful soundtrack for the evening.”

Raffle tickets will be on sale at the Fayre with a many prizes, such as dinner for two with a bottle of wine at the Lord Nelson, a Cookery Coach lesson worth £110, a Plum Duff Christmas hamper and a fresh 13lb turkey provided by Richardsons.

Children will be kept busy doing crafts while parents browse the stalls, taking advantage of the variety of presents on sale to get a head start on Christmas shopping.   Doors open at 6.00pm and it will finish at 9.00pm. Last year’s event was hugely popular, and the organisers are expecting things to be just as brisk this time.

St. Faith’s, 122 Windmill Road, Brentford, TW8 9NA just North of the A4. E2 bus stops right outside     


October 28, 2010

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