Hundreds pack out festive fair in Potters Bar
MORE than 600 people squeezed into the Potters Bar United Reformed Church for the Darkes Fayre.
The annual attraction last Saturday was again a colourful and popular event – and raised more than �8,000 for the church’s work in the community.
Opened by Hertsmere deputy mayor Peter Knell, the fair incorporated a new layout to better accommodate a larger refreshment.
And, as usual, Father Christmas was a special guest, meeting youngsters in his grotto.
Our photographer Casey Gutteridge was also among those in attendance.
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