Bazaar event at church

Westborough Methodist Churchgoers John Griffiths, left, Peter Pennock, John Briggs, Elaine Stafford, Molly Dargie, Beryl Ayres, Enid Hodgson, Lance Ayres, Sylvia Woodland, Maggie Bridge and John Hastings, joined by Mollie McPherson, Tilly Okuzu, and Sophie Smith, from the 2nd Scarborough Westborough Brownies, all looking forward to church Victorian themed Christmas Bazaar on Saturday November 19 from 10am to 3pm.'The event has been organised to help raise funds for the church's 150 anniversary celebrations which take place next year.  Picture by Andrew Higgins  114508
Westborough Methodist Churchgoers John Griffiths, left, Peter Pennock, John Briggs, Elaine Stafford, Molly Dargie, Beryl Ayres, Enid Hodgson, Lance Ayres, Sylvia Woodland, Maggie Bridge and John Hastings, joined by Mollie McPherson, Tilly Okuzu, and Sophie Smith, from the 2nd Scarborough Westborough Brownies, all looking forward to church Victorian themed Christmas Bazaar on Saturday November 19 from 10am to 3pm.'The event has been organised to help raise funds for the church's 150 anniversary celebrations which take place next year. Picture by Andrew Higgins 114508
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PREPARATIONS are under way for a Victorian-themed Christmas Bazaar which will be held at Westborough Methodist Church later this month.

The event has been organised to help raise funds for the church’s 150th anniversary celebrations planned for next year.

Organiser John Griffin said: “We’re hoping for a really fun day, and that lots of people will come and support our event.

“Some stall holders will be dressed in period costume, there will be decorated stalls selling crafts, cakes, cards, paperback books and toys as well as craft demonstrations running throughout the day.

“Visitors will also be able to buy our 150th anniversary beakers; there will be a chocolate fountain and lots of activities for children.

“Although our Bazaar has a Victorian theme we are not members of a church which is looking back.”

The event will take place on Saturday, November 19, from 10am to 3pm. Entry costs £1 which includes a cup of tea or coffee.