THERE was a great attendance at the third annual Sustainable Crediton Green Fair which was held in Crediton's Town Square on Saturday, September 23.
Many people visited the wide range of stalls, finding out about projects run by Sustainable Crediton or about other groups and organisations and what they do.
There was live music and a range of food stalls, most of the food (soup, bread and cake) provided by Crediton Community Larder thanks to generous donations from the supermarkets, shops and individuals, plus the helpers who cooked it.
Stalls included Exeter Community Electricity providing energy advice, Friends of the River Exe focussing on river quality, the “mossy carpets” craft activity, hedgehog houses, bee and hornet information, Devon Wildlife Trust, a display by a local bike scheme, COP26 and so much more.
There was information about Crediton Town Council projects as well as those by Sustainable Crediton.
There was a presentation to Dee Ross to mark her retirement as chair of Sustainable Crediton. The new chair is Terry Hadley.
There was also the launch of the Crediton Green Trail which took people to, for example, the Repair Cafe at Crediton Methodist Church and the Community Allotment.
Crediton Town Council had a useful information stall and councillors were present to talk to people. Other stalls included The Turning Tides Project, Devon Wildlife Trust, Young Pollinators Project and so many more.
The Sustainable Crediton Hub at 8 North Street was open for visitors to find out all about various projects.