Newsletter РNovember 2018

Just a few weeks left of 2018 – my how the time has flown! At¬†BRoW4 HQ we;’re busy planning our 2019 events and have been having a wonderful time getting into the Christmas spirit at the various Christmas fairs we have been to – read on to find out more!

Wednesday 14th November 2018

Huntingdonshire Blind Society’s CoffeE & Craft Morning

Our first event in November was the Hunts Blind Society coffee and craft morning on Wednesday the 14th. BRoW4 is very proud to support this worthwhile cause on the second Wednesday of every month, and we always have a good selection of handmade items, so do pop in and see us!

Saturday 17th November 2018

Cat’s Protection christmas fair

On Saturday 17th November BRoW4 attended the Cat’s Protection Christmas Fair at the St Andrew’s Centre, Histon. This van took our breath away with it’s stunning art work – so unusual! Anna took our popular jar tombola, and came back with several empty jars to refill!

Saturday 24th November 2018

Ely beet sports and social club’s christmas fair

Saturday 24th November was the day of the Ely Beet Sports and Social Club’s Christmas Fair. We loved seeing the festive makes some of the other stallholders brought along, and this miniature Christmas tree caught our eye!

Sunday 25th November 2018

Mereside Village Association’s Christmas Fayre

The very next day we were at Mereside Village Association’s Christmas Fayre, with yet more fun and festive displays. These funky looking robots were very different, and put a smile onto people’s faces when they saw them.

Thursday 28th November to Sunday 2nd December 2018


From Thursday 28th November to Sunday 2nd December, Huntingdon had a Christmas Market and Lights Switch On event. Santa proved very popular with the children – so popular that the elves had to hurry back to the North Pole to fetch some more presents!

The market square looked very festive with lots of wooden chalets selling Christmas gifts, and inside All Saints Church, local craftsmen had stalls selling their Christmas makes. There were some beautiful pieces available!

Anna made some amazing bacon butties and some very tasty cakes to warm people up when they came in out of the cold, and the BRoW4 volunteers were kept very busy serving these over the four day event!

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Sunday 6th January 2019


Our annual guided dog walk is fast approaching, and we are still on the hunt for stalls to go inside the Countryside Centre, at Hinchingbrooke Park, Huntingdon. If you, or someone you know, is interested in having a stall, please email for a stall booking form.

If you are wanting to take part in the walk, please dress appropriately for the weather! The first walk takes place at 10am, and then one every hour on the hour until the last walk at 2pm so you can choose a time to suit you. Come along and burn off a few of the dreaded Christmas calories!

Past Newsletters

October 18 Newsletter

September 18 Newsletter

May 18 Newsletter

April 18 Newsletter

January 2018 Newsletter