On September 18 in the round car park I was part of a local food fair.
The idea was to show people what food can be found in the Colne Valley.
Although the weather look a bit grey we did have sunshine and it didn't rain which was the main thing.
There was a nice buzz for most of the afternoon and there were plenty of people wandering around.
The ladies of the Women's Institute manned the cake stall and sold raffle tickets for the quilt in aid of the village Christmas Lights. We raised about £100 and we were all very pleased.
I brought plants and cards to sell as well as my 'signature dish' of treacly flapjack which always goes down well and I sold most of it.