Having had a short holiday, Enfys Craft Fair organisers are now refreshed and eager to restart their enterprise.

The first craft fair of the autumn season or Indian Summer will be held at the St. Ffransis Millennium Hall, Park Road, Barry on Saturday, September 6 between 10am and 4pm. The entrance is free.

Delicious refreshments are available – egg baps, bacon baps, tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Sit and enjoy a restful break with your cuppa and a slice of bara brith from West End Cakes.

Enfys organisers are thrilled to welcome two new crafters.

One producing baby clothes and one selling his home baked bread, jams and chutneys. Enfys wish them both every success.

The charity for September is Music in the Vale. Music in the Vale originated in 1985 in the format of free concerts to allow locals to display their various talents and was run by a friendly volunteer committee who gave freely of their time and expertise. In 1992 it became an organisation for an annual musical competition for the youth of the Vale which was to embrace singers and instrumentalists. It has evolved to its present format of significant standing over the years since then. The finalists each year have the opportunity to perform in front of a live audience giving them an experience which they might not otherwise have.

If you would like more information about the fair and the free charity table please contact Beryl on 01446 418695 or Cyril on 01446 400149.