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Annual Summer Fair 2017

Fair Photos

Book Stall Belles had a bumper year and exceeded last year's sales.
Cllr George Metcalfe helped League Chairman, Viv Pritchard, select the winning tickets. First prize £1,000 with 24 other prizes.
Various fun categories were entered into ensuring the dog show was a resounding success.
The City of Canterbury Brass Band created the perfect atmosphere for the fun fundraising fair.
Three Local Schools produced an imaginative display of pictures with the theme of 'Charity'
Canterbury South Group manning their clothes stall
Sturry Group manning their varied stall.
St Stephen's & St Dunstan's Granny's Attic stallholders, enjoying the fundraising afternoon.
Cllr Colin Spooner, Sheriff of Canterbury, opens the proceedings. Far right, League Chairman Viv Pritchard looks on.
League members manning stalls
Group Chairman, Pauline McEwan, manning the St Stephen's & St Dunstan's stall.
The Endoscopy Unit's Wine or Water stall proved a huge success and quickly ran out of bottles. Wrapped wine bottles contain either water or wine, at £1 per ticket.
Smiles all round - homemade cakes proving popular, on sale from hospital staff.
Attractive raffle hampers proved a success for the Therapies stall
A large selection of homemade cakes were quickly snapped up on the Radiology Department stall.
The ever-popular book stall increased takings by nearly 50% compared to last year.
Hospital Radio provided PA System support ensuring messages were conveyed to fair-goers.
Various bric-a-brac items and jewellery created a lot of interest in the Rough Common, Harbledown & Blean Group stall, with record proceeds achieved.
A public display of SERV motorbikes created much interest. Service by Emergency Response Volunteers (SERV) provides free transportation of blood, samples, medicines, etc, to and from hospital and hospices in Kent.
Kent Fire & Rescue Service provided a Fire Engine for display which created much public interest by children and adults alike.
Cllr George Metcalfe, ex-President of the League of Friends, enjoying the fundraising afternoon.
One of the many tombolas at the fair, manned by hospital staff.
Punch & Judy provided fun entertainment for children inside the Outpatients Department.