An interesting and fascinating talk about the heritage on our doorstep on Friday 20th September at Ebberston Village Hall. Everyone welcome.
A disappointing turn out of spectators for the duck derby this year but thanks to some solid effort by Jan Abery and Glenys Rowe who sold lots of ducks in advance, we still raised over £100, which will no doubt be put to use in the planned refurbishment of the village hall kitchen!
The lovely pictures are courtesy of talented villager Richard Olivier.
What a brilliant day. The first (and maybe not the last) Made In Ebberston was a great success, and who knew there was such talent and creativity in such a small space? Well, to be honest, we did..but now you know too!
Stalls were spread across the village hall and the chapel, with 30 sellers and exhibitors. Well done to the organising team, especially Sarah and Lynne. From apple juice, to painting and photography, to model yacht-making, to jams and marmalades, to jewellery and needlecraft, to quilts, to massage, to honey, to ceramics…
Photos courtesy of Carol Olivier.
Got some duplicates in your own collection? Fancy a swap? Bring them along on the night – you might even be able to make up your set!