Arts, crafts, and seasonal goodies at fundraising fair

Photo by Ian McBean Photography
Photo by Ian McBean Photography

An Autumn Craft and Gift Fair is being organized for Saturday 12th November.

It will be held in Barns Green Village Hall, RH13 0PT just south of Horsham and will be open from 10.00am to 3.00pm.

This will be the third year for this busy and popular fair. Stalls are still available and can be booked at £25 each through

An interesting and wide variety of hand made artefacts and goodies will be on sale, together with some intriguing and unusual bric-a-brac and household items.

There will be plenty of choice for all ages and tastes with many ideas for personal and seasonal gifts.

Light refreshments will be available throughout the day and entry is free. Hoping you can come along and enjoy a relaxing browse or maybe a buying spree!

This fair is a fund raising event for projects at St Nicolas Church, Itchingfield RH13 0NX. The charming, rural church is set in a beautiful conservation area and has grade II listed status.

The wooden shingles on the spire are an unusual feature as is the adjacent mediaeval Priest’s House; a fascinating timbered building where the travelling priest and family would stay over whilst taking services.

Later it was used as an alms house. The church is open during the middle of the day, so should you wish to enjoy a calm moment in a busy world, do stop by.

If you would like more details about our conservation programme, the church, or our forthcoming fund raising events, please contact tel. 01403 790717

Contributed by St Nicolas Church Fund Raising Committee

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