THERE was oodles of fun to be had at the Summer Fair at St Peter’s Church Conisbrough, which was a huge success despite the cold weather this year.
A host of stalls in the Church hall raised more then £1,000 for church funds at the annual event on Saturday.
Organiser Rita Dudhill told the Times: “We were very pleased - everyone had a lovely time and everyone worked really hard to make it a success.
Stalls included the Conisbrough branch of the Royal British Legion who asked people to guess the weight of a huge Union Jack cake, the Samaritans and Steptoes, the charity shop run by church volunteers, who had a bric a brac stall.
Members of the church’s Crafty Corner group were also there with demonstrations of knitting, sewing and brodding rugs. Rita aded: “People were very interested in the old crafts and Pete the church warden worked hard in the kitchen. The bacon butties were very popular again this year! I would like to extend thanks to the people who donated the 37 prizes for the raffle, all of which have been claimed”.