A group of Mission International's ''Ambassadors for the Poor'' spent a day selling their crafts, goods and food at an Easter Fayre recently to raise funds for the work of the charity. A group of young people have started their own craft club so they can learn to make new crafts and sell them to raise more funds. They love getting together and it seems they like to sell their stuff too, since they all worked so very hard at the Easter fayre. They served food, cleared tables and manned the stalls. Together they raised £600 for Mission International.
Here the craft group man their stall showing the remaining crafts, many were already sold before the picture was taken.
Above: A young lad finds a treasure amongst the copious items for sale.
Below: A couple of the youngsters who helped out also played traditional music to entertain the shoppers as they browsed and enjoyed coffee and cake.
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