East Barkwith Village Hall was filled to capacity for the annual harvest supper and everyone was delighted to learn that £1,508 had been raised for St Mary’s Parish Church.
As guests arrived they had Pipers Crisps on the table as an appetiser, which the firm had donated and other donations included the sausages by TWG Wealth Management and the potatoes by the Market Rasen branch of Tesco.
The after supper Lincolnshire Plum Loaf was donated by Myers Bakery of Horncastle and the Cote Hill Yellow and the Cote Hill Blue Cheese was donated by Cote Hill Farm, Osgodby.
Stepping Stones provided the entertainment, presenting a delightful programme of music and song, including many familiar melodies which had the audience joining in the well known chorus and foot tapping away.
The raffle was drawn, with prizes being donated by Luck of Louth, The Thursford Collection, Special Edition Chocolates, R Wisby Butcher, Wragby.
And the second raffle, with one prize worth £250 for a night at the Rudding Park Hotel was won by a delighted Sue Robinson of Collow Abbey.
Thanks were expressed to all who had given support and assistance to ensure the success of the event.