I decided to have my own stall, which I stocked with handmade chocolates, some of my jams and jellies, and a large selection of my needlework creations.
The plant stall was popular and well-stocked...lots of plants ready for Spring planting.
There were two guessing competitions. Kim cooked us a lovely fruit cake, for which we had to guess the weight, and there was a jar of lollies, a prize for the lucky person who guessed how many inside the jar. Here Kim is writing down John's guess for how heavy the cake was- he was the second closest!
Some enterprising young people decided to hold their own stalls. Good on them!The Donald twins, Brooke and Alanna had lots of goodies to sell.
Barbara and Sally had a stall selling the terrific homemade organic jams, sauces and veges from "Pig and Whistle" Farm.
Meanwhile, inside the Hall, the Girl Guides dispensed welcomes cuppa with scones.
Parents and Citizens added to the festivities with Popcorn and Fairy Floss.
Joanne and David are pleased to have nearly sold out their wonderful table of donated homemade cakes when this was taken
Everyone stopped to watch NorfolkAir coming in to land. The Parish Centre is close to the Airstrip.
The climbing platform and swings were put to good use. Aren't we lucky to have such beautiful facilities and view?
So many people have said to us today that there was a good feeling and happy atmosphere there. It was certainly well worth the work and effort if, in these difficult times, we can all forget our troubles and worries and celebrate family, friends and community!!