THE Sheffield branch of the RSPCA holds its Christmas fayre on Saturday, November 17.
The fayre is from 11am to 3pm at the RSPCA animal centre on Stadium Way, Attercliffe. Admission is 50p per adult, and free for children under 11. Children must be accompanied.
There will be an opportunity to look around the animal kennels and the cattery, and for visitors to consider adopting or fostering one of the furry fellows.
A range of gifts will be on offer at the fayre including jewellery, crafts, homemade cakes, buns, jams and pickles, children’s games, bric a brac, books and animal goodies.
There will also be a Christmas raffle, bottle stall and a tombola.
General manager Stella White said: “As well as providing a family fun day and a range of quality stalls to start your Christmas shopping, we have people constantly commenting on just how incredible and tasty our homemade produce is!
“The cakes, pies, buns, jams and pickles are a true treat and they just fly out.
“We even get people calling back after our events to ask when the next one is happening so that they can buy more.”