24 NOV 2012

Dr Dan shows his support for the Bedfield Christmas Bazaar

Dr Dan talks to local volunteers at the Bedfield Christmas BazaarThis time of year begins to see many of Suffolk’s local communities coming together to celebrate the festive season, and it was an enormous pleasure for Dan to visit the Bedfield Christmas Bazaar last weekend at the Bedfield Sports Pavillion.

Dan was delighted to see so many people of all ages turn out to enjoy the seasonal stalls and to take part in the games and activities, and he would like to pass on his congratulations to Bedfield Parish Council Chairman Keith Frost, along with all the residents who so kindly volunteered their help on the day, for organising another successful bazaar. This year, £888.10 was raised, which will be put back into supporting the local community facilities in Bedfield.

Without the hard work and planning that is put in by local volunteers, the Bedfield Bazaar would not be able to take place, and Dan would also like to thank Kathy Thurman for showing him around the various stalls.

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