Grasby’s getting in the seasonal spirit

Grasby residents gathered round the Christmas tree at the primary school to sing seasonal songs before making their way to the village hall to enjoy mulled wine and mince pies before looking around the many stalls.'The combined church and school Christmas fayre had plenty on offer including cards, crafts, jams, books, tombola, raffle, cakes and of course the popular man himself, Santa Claus.'Pic 1 & 2'Ella Macpherson (left), Maria Allen and Emily-Jade Taylor showing the school tea-towel to The Rev Canon Ian Robinson. (Lin)
Grasby residents gathered round the Christmas tree at the primary school to sing seasonal songs before making their way to the village hall to enjoy mulled wine and mince pies before looking around the many stalls.'The combined church and school Christmas fayre had plenty on offer including cards, crafts, jams, books, tombola, raffle, cakes and of course the popular man himself, Santa Claus.'Pic 1 & 2'Ella Macpherson (left), Maria Allen and Emily-Jade Taylor showing the school tea-towel to The Rev Canon Ian Robinson. (Lin)
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Grasby residents gathered round the Christmas tree at the primary school to sing seasonal songs before making their way to the village hall to enjoy mulled wine and mince pies and look around the many festive stalls.

The combined church and school Christmas Fayre had plenty on offer including cards, crafts, jams, books, tombola, raffle, cakes and of course the popular man himself, Santa Claus.

Pictured is Ella Macpherson (left), Maria Allen and Emily-Jade Taylor showing the school tea-towel to The Rev Canon Ian Robinson.

Photo by Linda Oxley