Gymea Anglican Church will hold its annual spring fair on Saturday, November 10 from 8.30am to 2pm.
“Our Spring fair has been running for more than 50 years now and has become very popular with our community,” a church spokesman said.
“We have people call from mid August onwards asking if our fair will run again this year and what date it will be.
“Church warden, Steve Leitch is the convenor and has done a wonderful job every year since it was started.
“He has a great band of volunteers who all tirelessly work to make the day a great success.
There is entertainment and rides for the children as well as plenty for adults ie. Ballet schools and Gymea bay Public school band performing and and there will be pony rides, jumping castle and face painting.
“Our Trash and treasure stall is huge and very popular. We also have a book stall, clothing, new
and used, craft stalls, cakes, barbecue and much more.
“This year as with several others we are having Sutherland Shire Councillor Barry Collier and his wife Jeanette come to officially open the fair.
“The money raised from this event is used to further our ministries here at Gymea and also support several very worthy mission families that are spread world wide.”
The Gymea Anglican Church is located at 131 Gymea Bay Rd, Gymea.