Chinnor and Thame Friends of the Earth are holding their Autumn Green Fayre on Saturday 7th October at Thame Town Hall, 10am – 2pm, with lots to do, see and buy.
There will be local and Fair-Trade stalls selling a variety of gifts, crafts, jewelry, clothes, produce and cakes. Free children’s activities will be provided using recycled or natural materials, as well as a chance to make your own Autumn decoration.
Come and enjoy an inexpensive lunch of homemade soup and a roll. Cakes and refreshments are also available.
If you have any surplus produce that you have grown in your garden or allotment, you can donate it to Friends of the Earth at the Green Fayre, and it will be sold on to others for a small contribution, so avoiding waste and helping to support Friends of the Earth. Alternatively you can do a ‘produce’ swap.
Friends of the Earth are earnestly campaigning for cleaner air in our towns and cities. We have been monitoring air quality in Chinnor and Thame and raising awareness of what we can do to improve our air quality. We are also campaigning on Climate Change and the protection of Bees. There will be displays of our work at the Green Fayre.
There will be a collection point for recycling of items such as unwanted stamps, foreign coins, old reading glasses, mobile phones, used batteries and empty printer cartridges.
Entrance to the Green Fayre is free, with free lucky dip prizes for younger children.
We do hope you will call in on the day, and enjoy lunch or a snack with us.
For more information contact Maureen on 01844 352816.