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Crafty Harry 'Potters' around the Linen Green

Publish Date: Tuesday, 30 November 2004

Santa Claus arrived in spectacular style at the Christmas Craft and Food Fayre at the Linen Green, Dungannon on Saturday (27 November) with help from his special friend from Hogwarts castle ‘Harry Potter’ in the famous blue Ford Anglia. 

Fans of Harry Potter and the newly released ‘Prisoner of Azkaban’ were treated to a glimpse of Hogwart’s famous wizard as he accompanied Santa on his visit to the fourth annual Craft and Food Fayre.

The Christmas Craft and Food Fayre was a resounding success, with a large numbers of shoppers in attendance and searching for unique Christmas gifts. The Craft Fayre welcomed a huge number of visitors through the doors at the weekend event at the one of the most successful Craft Showcasing events in the area. 

A wide range of locally crafted products were on display and included lush skincare and beauty products, handcrafted jewellery, handmade children’s toys, eye-catching ceramics, handmade cards and not to mention the delicious range of quality homemade foods.

The sumptuous range of foods and local produce from the Tyrone Farmer’s Market was very popular with visitors to the Craft Fayre. The mouth-watering range of tempting foods, delicious aromas and flavours of freshly made pastries and cakes, added to the festive atmosphere at the Fayre. The colourful display of fresh fruit and vegetables; jams, preserves and honey and savoury items were enthusiastically received by shoppers, who also enjoyed   the opportunity to sample the mouth-watering quality produce with food tasting and on-site cookery demonstrations.

The Craft Officer Colleen Lowry who organised the event said:
“ We are delighted with the success of this year’s Christmas Craft Fayre and we are pleased to have welcomed the Tyrone Farmer’s Market to take part this year, their delicious quality foods were very popular and went down a treat. I would like to thank everyone that supported the event and all proceeds from the admission fees went to the very worthy charity Cancer Research”

The event was organised in association with the following: Dungannon & South Tyrone Borough Council, Local Economic Development’s BSP Programme, Return of the Earls and Flavour of Tyrone. All proceeds in Aid of Cancer Research.


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