Church fayre to boost funds for two charities

Country fayre at St Andrew's Church, Biggleswade
Country fayre at St Andrew's Church, Biggleswade

The annual country fayre at St Andrew’s Church, Biggleswade, will have the theme Our Biggleswade, Our Community.

The fayre runs from 10.30am until 3.30pm on Saturday, September 19 and will be a celebration of community life in the town and surrounding area.

Admission is free and the fayre will have an array of stalls, sideshows and refreshments including a coffee shop in the church hall. There will be an exhibition in St Andrew’s Church entitled Our Biggleswade, Our Community, where many clubs and societies will provide a variety of interesting artefacts and displays.

The stage and arena in the church grounds will a programme of entertainment throughout the day.

It will be raising funds for the Amicus Trust which offers supported accommodation for the homeless in Bedfordshire and also offers other forms of community help, such as the Stepping Stones Project which supports adults to achieve their intended goals in work and education.

The Kings Arms Project is a Christian charity which also works with the homeless and helps the most disadvantaged and in restoring dignity and self-worth to the homeless and encouraging responsibility and choice.