Elfy turnout at Redbourn Christmas Fayre
FATHER Christmas and his little elf came to Redbourn Village Hall last weekend to kickstart the Christmas countdown at a Christmas Fayre organised by animal charities in the district.
There was fun for all the family with a range of events including a reindeer hunt, a bouncy castle, stalls offering quirky gifts and a Santa’s grotto designed by an interior design company.
All money raised by the event will aid Cats Protection, Blue Cross, Agatha’s Annex, SOS Animal Rescue and Greyhound Compassion in their good work throughout the year.
Organiser, Silvi Sutherland of Cats Protection, said: “We had great feedback from our visitors about our animal charity Christmas Fayre and our Santa’s grotto was a little oasis of sheer magic.
“Thank you to all who attended but we really need your help. If you have a spare room in your home and your heart – please would you help us with temporarily fostering a little cat, at no cost to you, as we are absolutely desperate.”
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For more information about fostering a cat, call 0845 371 1855.
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