Saturday 18th May 2019 10.00am– 1.30pm at Kea Community Centre, Playing Place, TR3 6ET
Do come and join us at our ever popular Spring Fayre. It is a time to meet up with friends, peruse the stalls and perhaps buy a book, some jewellery and then over to our Paws Awhile Café which provides tea, coffee, squash, biscuits and scrumptious homemade cake as well as delicious savouries and light lunches.
We will will run our Raffle as usual and you can be assured we will continue to have a variety of good prizes.
Tombola. We appreciate donations of quality smaller items that can sit alongside each other on the tombola table.
Books, board games and jigsaw puzzles.
Bric a Brac Gifts, Ornaments, Cards, mugs etc.
Cakes, biscuits, savouries and preserves
Cats Galore Ornaments, cat toys, food bowls, jigsaws, pictures, etc.
Cats Protection goods. A range of our cats protection stock
Crafty corner. Beads, fabric bundles, lace, patterns, wool, books and Magazines on a variety of crafts.
Jewellery. Necklaces, earrings, brooches, cufflinks
Plants Lots of lovely plants grown and propogated are grown for this Fayre. If you can spare some plants it is helpful if you can label them and bring them along early on the day please.
If you would like to donate any items for the Fayre, please bring them to our shop 23 Pydar Street, Truro between the 7th & 16th May. Mark for the attention of Marian, Spring Fayre.
Homemade cakes & biscuits are especially appreciated, as they are so popular. We suggest that for freshness they are brought to the Hall from 9.30am on the day please.
If you would like to offer help or to discuss then please contact Marian on 01209 861311
Truro Branch is run entirely by a team of dedicated volunteers. We work to promote the wellbeing of cats in our area of Cornwall in the following ways:
Our volunteers give their time to help homeless cats and kittens by caring for them in purpose built cat pens in their gardens or in specially adapted spare rooms in their homes.
- We seek loving permanent homes for cats that are ready to be homed.
- Our experienced feral volunteers can help with feral cat issues in our area.
- Truro Branch advocates the neutering of cats
Volunteers needed for Truro Cats Protection charity shop, 23 Pydar Street, Truro TR1 2AY
Retail experience preferred but not essential
Please phone on :- 01872 276351