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More than £1,000 raised at Autumn Fair




Deeping Age Concern autumn fair at Priory Church Hall. In the front Barbara Willing and Betty Fenech. EMN-150711-212829009
Deeping Age Concern autumn fair at Priory Church Hall. In the front Barbara Willing and Betty Fenech. EMN-150711-212829009

Crowds of people filled The Priory Church Hall in Deeping St James on Saturday, for the annual Deepings Age Concern Autumn Fair.

There was a wide range of stalls at the event, including a wonderful spread of homemade cakes and breads, along with the popular raffle, which this year featured a record 36 prizes.

Richard Barclay, CEO for Age UK in South Lincolnshire attended the event to present a cup and money prize for Age UK’s annual writing competition for over 50s, won by Kay Plunkett.



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