Christmas fair returns to Nacton in aid of Autism and ADHD Saturday Club
PUBLISHED: 12:25 27 November 2016
A Christmas fair which helped save a Suffolk children's club from closure last year has been held again to support its continued success.
Michelle Bultitude, who helped organise the event, said more than 150 people attended in aid of the Autism and ADHD Saturday Club, which her nine-year-old son Bobby attends.
Last year’s event raised £2,500 to help revive the club after its closure. Mrs Bultitude decided to hold another fair with help from her parents, Richard and Mary Hart, to support the club’s ongoing activities.
The event, held at Nacton Village Hall on Saturday, featured a grand raffle with prizes donated by local business, a magician’s show by Mr Belldini as well as face painting and balloon modelling.
Around 20 stall-holders attended selling Christmas gifts, refreshments and more.
Mrs Bultitude said: “Bobby loves the Saturday club and so it was really great to see so much effort people put in to support the event.”
She has thanked all those who supported the event, particularly Bridge Shipping ant Transport which has given generous donations at both events.