Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Fri, 2010-01-01
Scrabster Fayre is held every year in June. Apart from Pipers Piping, and Dancers Dancing, you will be able to browse the stalls, look around the lifeboat and fire engine, etc. Lots to see and do!
IF there’s one time when food shops really come into their own, it’s Christmas. Christmas is a feast in the very real sense of the word. It is a time when eating and drinking plays a very large part in the festivities. Anyone who doesn’t end the day feeling more stuffed than the turkey really hasn’t been trying. So take a walk down your high street and have a look at what’s on offer this Christmas.
The very best thing of all, as you end your walk in the high street, is the realisation that, not only do your shops provide the widest selection you can expect to find, you can be sure the quality and value for
money is indisputable. So go on, tickle your tastebuds this Christmas, it really has never been easier.
Festive Fayre 2009
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