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Kirkcudbright Country Fair

Kirkcudbright Country Fair will be on 14th/15th July and we will be having a stand promoting the club, displaying turned objects for sale and demonstrating using one of the small lathes.

If you can help over the weekend please let a member of the committee know, We are looking for teams of three to man the stand in half day shifts (12 people ideally).

If you have objects for sale please bring them along to the club – they should be named and priced. The club will take a small 5% fee on the selling price to cover costs.

 

 

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3 Responses to “Kirkcudbright Country Fair”

  1. Rolf Buwert says:

    Bill and I will be at the Kirkcurbright Country Fair (and Arthur will be next door to us with the ‘Stick Men’) on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th July. Roger asked for volunteers and work for sale some time ago. I was unable to commit to this event until just recently so am trying to catch up with the responses. Could you let us know as soon as possible if you can come and help (we would like 12 volunteers) and if you have items to sell. Kirkcudbright folks appreciate good work and our products have sold well in the past, so here is your chance to make a little money, so you can spend it in our club shop (or buy ice cream in this hot weather)
    Get in touch asap please – it is this weekend.
    Rolf

  2. Ken Coates says:

    Hi ,Rolf, I will be there to help on Saturday morning. What time do you need me there to assist in setting up . See you there.

    Ken Coates.

    • Rolf Buwert says:

      That would be great Ken, thanks. Probably 8:30 or 9am would be good, as it opens to the public at 10 and they usually want everyone set up and vehicles and barrows away by half an hour before opening time. We will have the sales/ information table to set up and a small lathe. I suspect we won’t have a huge amount of space so it will not take a lot of time to set up. When I set up for these events I find that it can be done in an hour, and if we have two or three folks helping then half an hours sees everything in place.

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