Delightful day at the Dollies’ annual fair
FIRMLY establishing itself as a muchloved part of the build-up to Christmas in recent years, the Delightful Dollies annual Craft Fair took over Bellefield GAA complex in spectacular fashion once again this year.
The hard-working committee welcomed stall holders from all over as they displayed some great Christmas gift ideas with all manner of crafts, delicious home-baking and some beautiful knitwear. The fair also gave local transition year students the chance to show their wares as part of their mini-companies with plenty of innovation on show.
Quite a bit of work has gone into the event in recent weeks and the committee were over the moon with the turn-out and enthusiasm from the local community. They wished to thank everyone who came along on the day, as well as the stall-holders themselves and anyone who popped in to lend a helping hand.
The Delightful Dollies Group has been providing a wonderful social outlet for Enniscorthy ladies for the past seven years and they meet each Wednesday at Bellefield where they enjoy a cuppa and a chat, and busily plan trips and organise events like bingo and line-dancing.
The group has become an integral part of the local community and place a big focus on supporting local ventures. They always welcome new members and people are invited to come along on Wednesdays to join in.
Caroline Stamp, Jane Buckley, Bridget Buckley and May Kelly at the Delightful Dollies Craft Fair and coffee morning in Bellfield GAA Club.
Liz O’Brien, Margaret O’Brien and Jenny O’Connor.
Joan Peare, Chrissie Ivers and Maeve Doyle.
Kathy Murphy and Kathleen Cahill.
Elsie Roche and Nuala O’Connor.
Margaret Reck and Phil Coleman.
Bridie Ryan and Jane Buckley.
Enda Gibney and Pauline Andrews.