HUNDREDS of people headed to a craft fayre at Bisham Abbey last weekend.

There were 40 craft stands from the area to help raise fund for the PACE Centre children's disability charity.

The Buckinghamshire based charity works with children that have Cerebral Palsy.

Many children from the Holy Trinity School in Marlow took part in the art competition and were on display in the abbey during the day.

The winner for eight to 11-year-olds was Rachel Dunleavy, aged 10 from Holy Trinity School.

Runners up prizes were awarded to Alfie Corriek and Erin Johnston.

The winner of the under eights was Maddie Love, aged five, from Sandygate School in Marlow.

The day was organised by Karen Yates from High Wycombe who selected the charity due to her own experiences with Cerebral Palsy.

Karen admires the work of the charity in developing the confidence and life skills of young people with the condition.

This was the first event of the year with more craft fairs planned later in the year on October 27 and December 1 inside the abbey.

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