Witchcliffe Vintage Fair celebrates 10 years with River Angels fundraiser

Warren HatelyAugusta Margaret River Times
Witchcliffe Vintage Fair organiser Jo Bregazzi.
Camera IconWitchcliffe Vintage Fair organiser Jo Bregazzi. Credit: Supplied

The Witchcliffe Vintage Fair gets underway tomorrow, celebrating its 10th year.

Music, vintage bargains, food, drink, and coffee were all on offer in Witchy at Druids Hall.

This year’s fair would also host fundraising efforts by local charity River Angels which supports shire residents dealing with cancer.

Vintage Fair organiser Jo Bregazzi was thrilled to celebrate 10 years of community fundraising and recycling.

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“Local accommodation providers have shared stories of holiday makers from the city repeat booking to attend this annual event,” she told the Times.

“Bring your gold coins for door donation entry and raffles, and bag yourself an epic vintage retro treasure.

“There are so many stalls of wonderful vintage treasures this year, ideal for Christmas shopping, and with Witchcliffe coming alive with all its regular fabulous shops and other outlets.”

River Angels co-ordinator Lynda Donovan said the kitchen would be offering morning tea for donations to support the GoFundMe for local man Paul Galloway amid community efforts to help him pay off his family home for the sake of his two teenage children.

“I am very grateful for the support the community is showing Paul and his children,” she said.

“It would be amazing if we could get his mortgage paid before it’s too late.

“I understand if people can’t donate, but it would be great if they could all share the GoFundMe page and spread the word,” Ms Donovan said.

“You never know, it might just pass to the right person. If everyone could donate just $2, we could raise a huge amount.”

River Angels also benefited from the entry fee.

Ms Bregazzi also said WA’s Volkswagen Club would be hosting a display of vehicles from 9.30am and New Orleans jazz band The Hoots would provide entertainment.

The Witchcliffe Vintage Fair starts from 9am.

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