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Harvest fair returns to Methlick Parish Church

By Kyle Ritchie

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Methlick Parish Church opened its doors on Saturday for the return of its harvest fair.

Members of the community were able to attend and buy a variety of goods.

This included a farming produce stall which had various vegetables, eggs and bags of potatoes for sale.

The items had come from local farmers and the Haddo Estate and Farm.

Also available were homebakes, jams and preserves which had been made.

Visitors to the fair could buy knitted hats for youngsters, cards and postcards.

Children’s charity Barnardo’s had a stall and were selling a range of items to support the work they do to assist young people.

The event also stretched to the nearby stables where The Blue Door Shop was open.

It accepts any donations of household items, except for books and clothes, and money raised in the shop goes to the parish church funds.

A power cut affected parts of the village on Saturday morning but volunteers were able to continue to run the fair.

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