Handcrafted products on offer at craft fair for Rugby Myton Hospice

Chris Tye, Alex Annderon, Maureen Spencer & Jean Smith
Chris Tye, Alex Annderon, Maureen Spencer & Jean Smith

Pop down to St George’s Church on St John’s Avenue in Rugby on Saturday, April 2, where the Rugby Myton Hospice Support Group will be hosting a craft fair.

Between 10am and 4pm, the group will be selling a range of unique, handcrafted products such as jewellery, ceramics, glass, crochet and fabric, as well as plenty of chocolate - just in time for Easter.

All proceeds from the craft fair will go to Rugby Myton Hospice to help fund the services available for patients and loved ones.

Entry to the craft fair is free and visitors can look forward to a selection of refreshments, as well as a face painting booth which will also be available on the day.

All of the services available at Myton are provided free of charge and Myton therefore relies on the continued efforts of groups such as the Rugby Support Group to help raise these funds.

For more information abut the craft fair, call the Rugby Support Group on 01788 522082.

Myton Hospice offers a range of services and care.

To find out more, visit www.mytonhospice.org