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Crafty gang getting ready for its festive Filby fayre

PUBLISHED: 11:10 04 November 2016 | UPDATED: 11:10 04 November 2016

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The Crafty Gang are getting ready for one of their busiest and favourite times of the year – Christmas.

The Gang is holding Festive Craft and Gift Fayres at Filby Village Hall on Sunday, November 6 and Sunday, December 4 from 10am to 4pm.

The Crafty Gang are getting ready for one of their busiest and favourite times of the year – Christmas. The Gang is holding Festive Craft and Gift Fayres at Filby Village Hall on Sunday, November 6 and Sunday, December 4 from 10am to 4pm.

There will be over 20 stalls in Filby’s hall packed with festive goodies and gifts including textiles, jewellery, craft supplies, personalised gifts, jams and chutneys, book art, shabby chic gifts, upcycled items, cards and lots more. Hot refreshments will be served all day including bacon rolls, Cornish pasties and sausage rolls along with lots of homemade cakes.

The Gang is also holding Christmas markets at the Cliff Hotel in Gorleston on Sunday, November 27 and Tuesday, December 6. The function room at the Cliff will house over 25 stalls which will be bursting with handmade crafts and gifts including engraved crystal, personalised textiles and tiles, cutlery jewellery, scarf bouquets, babies hampers, handmade cards, and glass bead work.

This month’s charity stalls include Sunbeams Play with a range of sensory toys and a massive Christmas tombola, East Anglia Friendship Group and the Homestart Snowflake Appeal.

The Crafty Gang is a group of people who love crafting and getting together as a group to host events and raise money for charity


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