Worsthorne Arts and Crafts Fair is under way

Carol Wharton and Pam Pickles enjoy the 44th Worsthorne Arts and Crafts Fair.
Carol Wharton and Pam Pickles enjoy the 44th Worsthorne Arts and Crafts Fair.
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Villagers in Worsthorne have been enjoying themselves at the 44th arts and crafts fair.

The event, held at St John's Church, began on Saturday and runs until Sunday.

Diane Preston takes a look at some of the paintings for sale

Diane Preston takes a look at some of the paintings for sale

Jewellery, wood, handbags, luxury jams and preserves, hand-made chocolates and greetings cards are just some of the items up for sale while in the upstairs room there is a selection of paintings created by local artists.

Pianist Martin Smith will be performing on Friday night with Janet Westmoreland’s keyboard pupils entertaining visitors the following night. Both these sessions begin at 7pm.

Refreshments are available and include a mouth-watering range of delicious homemade cakes.

Doors open at 2pm and the entry charge is £1 for adults which allows free admission for the remainder of the fair. Accompanied children are admitted free of charge. Doors close each night at 8-30pm.