Church sells Fairtrade in Folk Week
FOR three days of FolkWeek, Sidmouth’s Chapel Street United Reformed Church will be selling Fairtrade goods.
On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, August 3, 4 and 5, Traidcraft goods and African craftwork from Sanaa House in High Street will be on sale in the main church and there will be free refreshments.
On Wednesday, entertainment includes flautists, guitarists and the Sidmouth Songsters. There will also be a stall selling preserves and handknitted goods.
Sidmouth Poetry Readers will perform a programme of work entitled Fairs, Festivals and Celebrations on the Thursday, and there will be singing by Sidmouth Folk Singing Group.
“Feel free to wander in, stay and listen for as long or as short a time as you like,” said church member Mary O’Hara. “This will be a fun occasion.”
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Donations for the Alzheimer’s Society and Dame Hannah Rogers School for children with disabilities will be welcomed. For further details call (01395) 519463 or 514356.
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