Farming museum harvests funds for charity
North Charlton Farming and Household Museum recently held a fund-raising open day in its courtyard.
The event was held with the kind permission of Sylvia Armstrong, who decided to raise funds for the charity Bell View in Belford.
It was a chance for visitors to view the vast collection of a bygone age that has been lovingly built up over the years.
Alongside a brilliant raffle, some delicious home baking, refreshments and produce for sale, there were some informative demonstrations about how people managed and cooked in the 1940s.
In total a magnificent £1,100 was raised, and sincere thanks should go to all helpers, Sylvia Armstrong, her husband, daughters, grandchildren, friends and neighbours.
A great day was had by all, with monies raised going a long way towards providing the vital services that Bell View delivers for older people living in North Northumberland.