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Fair 2019: Book Stall Ladies

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Annual Summer Fair 2017

Fair Photos

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[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.]