Local charities benefit from popular craft sale

The Accommodation Concern stall. Pictured: Jane Underwood, Marian Ashton, Jacob Bradshaw-Wilson, Rachel Bradshaw-Wilson (chief executive) and Jake Walpole

The Accommodation Concern stall. Pictured: Jane Underwood, Marian Ashton, Jacob Bradshaw-Wilson, Rachel Bradshaw-Wilson (chief executive) and Jake Walpole

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A range of local charities have benefited from a Christmas craft sale held in Kettering today (Saturday, November 23).

Twenty stalls representing 15 different organisations, including Cransley Hospice, Accommodation Concern, local Scout and Guide groups and others, were represented at the sale, which took place at the Corn Market Hall.

The annual event was again organised by KCU, formerly Kettering Centre for the Unemployed, and was opened by Kettering mayor Cllr Keli Watts.

Maggie Don, who helped put on the event alongside fellow trustee Jane Bridgeman, said the organisations which attended were all associated with KCU.

She added: “We all tend to support each other as well.”