The day started with a small number of Black Country Woodturners members being in attendance to erect the stall area and the covers due to being in a position outside due to Covid rules.
Apart from the charity table which was the main part of the event we also had a number of members (Mel, Steve, Rob, Ian & Barrie) in addition to a couple of members items but could not be with us in person, to sell their own turned items, which included some Christmas items.
From items that members had sold, we had a 10% donation which went with the charity table amount to hand over.
A big thank you from the committee goes out to all club members who gave their time and effort to produce the donated items for the charity table.
The day itself was very cold which kept a number of people away from the event, but thankfully the rain kept away and we did have a steady stream of people passing through and buying the odd piece.
Ian looked after the charity table along with anyone who was free a the time and in the area of the table.
Ian’s wife Kim was also in attendance selling her Christmas cards table decorations and presentation bags which she had produced herself.
All in attendance also helped to take the equipment down whilst Ian sorted the funds to be handed over.
Report by Barrie Fisher and edited by Steve Hackett