Christ­mas comes early to Du­naverty

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Southend is in the fes­tive spirit af­ter a Christ­mas fayre kick-started the Yule­tide sea­son. Santa’s sleigh de­scended on Du­naverty Hall last Satur­day so the big man could say hello to all the boys and girls who had popped in to meet him. There was bric-a-brac and home­bak­ing on of­fer, as well as a raf­fle and bot­tle stall. The Courier’s long­est serv­ing staff mem­ber, Re­becca Har­vey, was the talk of the town af­ter win­ning a larger than life(size) gi­ant teddy. Tea and cof­fee was also served at the event which raised £950.20.

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Leah McIvor, four, Lach­lan McIvor, two, Archie McCorkin­dale, three, and Elle God­dard, 21 months, wait pa­tiently for Santa to ar­rive.

Sis­ters He­len Hunter, May Wil­son and Jessie Wal­lace catch-up.


Mar­ion Bell and Mar­garet Bakes wo-man the raf­fle stall.


Leighann Burns and Adele Mar­tin sell wreaths and Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions hand-crafted by Leighann’s mum, Moira Ram­say, us­ing fruit she dries her­self and items for which she for­ages.


Pat Wal­lace sells var­i­ous items of bric-abrac, in­clud­ing the cud­dly teddy she is hold­ing.

Jen Camp­bell, Sandy Wat­son and Mal­colm Ron­ald en­joy a blether.

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