Salon La Mode Vintage.

It took meticulous planning, organisation and preparation over several weeks and months to create an outstanding event held in the village yesterday. Well done everyone involved and what a great success it was.

The money raised:- over 1000€ from entrance tickets totalling 520€, clothing sale 480€, and extra prosecco 22.50€. All of which will go to charity.

Preparation for the English afternoon tea. Sandwiches, gorgeous cakes, scones, muffins, buns, gâteau etc. were all made by the ladies of the Craft Session.
 

The music was delightful while everyone enjoyed their afternoon tea.
 

Bon Appétit.
 

For some of the ladies a welcome chance to sit and enjoy the fashion show.
 

Magnificent.
 

Such glamour from all of the ladies who walked the full length of the Salle de Fête,
 

Sophistication, I love the outfit.
 

Jackie (who looked brilliant in this outfit) leading the models for one last walk before the fashion sale.

I could not resist buying a jacket that I had seen a few weeks earlier, plus jewellery and a blouse.

Thank you everyone for your support in attending this event.
 
 

Event:- Dominique Allaert.
At the Ancien Presbytere in Daglan from the 29th June to the 13th July.
 
 

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My Goodness, Firemen!

The de-icer was out this morning it was -3 when we left the village to go to Castlenaud for bread and then on to the Sunday market at St Cyprian. The country side looked like a Christmas card all crisp and white with frost, gorgeous.

To our great joy several charity events for the Téléthon were in progress, this is such a worthy cause for children each year.

So after buying vegetables, fruit and cup cakes! The cup cakes were from a stall selling cakes, coffee and mulled wine, proceeds for the Téléthon. We had our car washed by the local fire brigade, wow.

Téléthon

I did fancy driving around the car park and returning to the firemen for another car wash, but somehow Paul drove on!

Firemen

Excellent work

charity

So if you are in the area do pop around for a car wash or mulled wine or cakes or visit the Téléthon website