Monday, 26 November 2012


Yes, it's that time of year again and the promotional page for the charity raffle in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign has just gone live. I am of course talking about the annual charity raffle that is taking place at

The Thame Dolls House & Miniatures Fair on Saturday February 23rd 2013.

Pair Of Hand Painted Tins & Bowl Donated By Victoria Fasken
Once again I am delighted to be co-ordinating this raffle as each year this proves to be a popular attraction at Thame Fair. Everyone's generosity never ceases to amaze me....from the artisan donators to the public buying tickets. There are currently four donations to kick this off.....and as the donations emerge, I will list them on the promotional  page in the order that they come in. Please note that the tickets can only be purchased at Thame Fair so hopefully we can tempt your mini tastebuds and entice you along to the Thame Dolls House Fair next February?

"The Bar At Folies Bergere" Donated By Ryan Terry Of Petite-Art
The raffle prizes, as always, will be from professional miniaturist artisans and traders only. So if there is anyone out there reading this who fits this category, no matter where in the world you are.... and would like to make a special donation, please do send them to me, Celia Thomas here at KT Miniatures. My contact details are on my website:
A Pair Of 1/24th Scale Dolls Donated By Robin Britton Of Coombe Crafts
On the day, many of the rather lovely stand holders usually donate some magnificent prizes too so we often have well in excess of  30-40 prizes (and over 30 -40 winners) its worth coming to this very special and magical Oxfordshire event for that reason alone!!! The Thame Town Crier....will be conducting proceedings as usual.

Old Style Trunk Filled With WW1 Mementoes etc. By Celia Thomas Of KT Miniatures
KT Miniatures will have a double stand at this event and its the only regular fair that I attend nowadays. So do please make a note in you diary of Saturday 23rd February 2013. It will be taking place at the Thame Leisure Centre in Thame, Oxfordshire. The M40 is very close, plus there is a regular bus that stops right outside direcly from Oxford Station plus Haddenham & Thame Parkway Station.  Not only are there 46 high quality artisan stand holders but there are various fundraising attractions too, all in aid of Breast Cancer Campaign, including the infamous Sales Table! 

This charity funds research into breast cancer and has great personal significance as I have lost both my mother and maternal grandmother to this disease. Sadly I am sure there are many of you reading this whose family and friends have also been touched by this awful disease, either directly or indirectly. So why not come along to this wonderful event and help us raise lots for the worthwhile charity and have an enjoyable miniature day out too!


Giac said...

Hello celia,
I wish you enormous success with the event. It is such an important cause and as you say affects way too many people.
Big hug, and best wishes,

KT Miniatures said...

Thank you Giac....should be a great event as always. Pity you didn't live a bit nearer!The official Thame Dolls House Fair, the one that is held every February, is a truly magical event.Celia