A Kings Langley resident is set to host a summer fete in support of a village church and local businesses who have supported the community throughout the pandemic.
Jacqueline Hubble is set to hold a church fete at All Saints Church on Saturday, August 7 from 11am-3pm with some proceeds from the event going to the church.
This event comes at the end of a difficult year due to the COVID-19 pandemic during which many have found the church and its garden to be a safe space.
Bringing together over 30 stalls set up by local businesses, residents will have the chance to buy local produce and support their high street community.
Jacqueline said that through the event and subsequent tombola raffle, she hopes she can give something back to the church.
She said: “With everything that has been going on lately I have been going to the church a lot. So many people say how much of a calm place it is.
“So far I have got 35 stalls and raised £270 with each stall paying £10 which goes to the church.”
Jacqueline added that on the day all the local homemade stalls will be taking both cash and card.
Photo credit Tom Bishop.