Real feast of festive delights at craft fair in the Ennis Centre
Published 31/12/2013 | 05:32
THE annual Christmas craft fair at the Seamus Ennis Centre in Naul was a resounding success.
The centre was awash with delicious Irish food and beautiful Irish craft from all the stallholders who showcased the very best of what they have to offer.
The centre was busy over the course of the day with customers picking up lovely gifts at great prizes.
And adding to the atmosphere was the Clonalvy National School choir who gave a rousing rendition of many Christmas carols.
Stalls included candles, Christmas plants, copper birdhouses, cushions, bunting and decorations, felt and fabric crafts, fleece clothing for kids, prints and greeting cards, handmade soaps and bubble bath and handpainted glass.
Other stalls included jewellery, knitted kids dresses, patchwork quilts, pottery, silk scarves, silk fibre decorations and prints and slated mirrors and clocks..
And there was still more with other stalls selling stained glass, willow baskets, wooden toys, wooden tables and woodturning.
Jams and chutneys, breads, Christmas cakes and confectionery stalls were also present on the day.
There was also a Paint your own Pottery Christmas Decorations workshops in the Parlour.
The organisers would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for supporting the event.