The Christmas tree festival managed to raise £257 for Butterwick House Children’s Hospice.
There was a steady stream of visitors throughout the day with activities for the children and delicious refreshments to enjoy. During the morning there was hand bell ringing led by Julia Campbell.
The village hall held the Christmas pop in party hosting 27 Seamer residents and friends who enjoyed a delicious buffet lunch prepared by the pop in ladies – Janet Bainbridge, Dianne Cutler and Irene Thompson. They also enjoyed the welcome drink of hot mulled wine prepared by Tom Thomas.
I would like to say a big thank you to all the people involved in making the childrens Christmas activity day, it was a super day and my two really enjoyed themselves.
There was just so much seasonal fun to be had, making mince pies, making Christmas cards and decorations, the tombola, the raffle and not to forget the delicious chocolate fountain and the marshmallows! They even got to decorate a Christmas tree before the highlight of a special appearance from Santa himself.
Thank you all and we hope that you all have a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year.
The Autumn Fayre held on November 15 raised over £200 for the village hall funds.
Thank you to everyone who came and to all the stallholders and helpers who made this event worthwhile.
A lady who came brought in a framed photograph of the village which she has kindly donated to the village hall. Unfortunately she didn’t let anyone know her name or where she lives. We would like to thank her, so if anyone knows who she may be, please contact Margaret Smith on 01642 710611.