Thank you to everyone who came along last Saturday to the little Haddenham Village Hall to what was to be the very last Haddenham Dolls House Exhibition organised by Freda and George Dorrell.
As soon as the doors opened, customers seemed to appear from nowhere and KT Miniatures' stand was rather busy until early afternoon...then finally I could stop for a breather for a late lunch! (Thank you to those customers who had to wait so politely and patiently as I dealt individually with everyone - my little helper has now deserted me for uni' so was on my own for the whole time). It was lovely to see so many of you throughout the day. These were all the photos I managed to take just before the event opened...as after that, it got a bit hectic and business was brisk, so did not get the chance to take any of the many wonderful exhibits on display!
The circa 1930s Tri-ang No 62 seen here in the foreground sold within the first half hour.
Right next to KT Miniatures stand there was a display of every single project ever undertaken at our Nostalgia In Miniature Workshops.
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I understand that money raised for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and Leukaemia Research will finish in the region of £1,000 which is fantastic....so congratulations to Freda and George Dorrell for putting on yet another splendid event. They have organised this event for many years but have finally now decided that this will be the last one. It will be missed!
A gallery of over 30 photos taken on the day plus a full write up of proceedings, can be seen on the following link: