Bloomhill at Buderim Christmas Fair Bloomhill's incredible VOLUNTEER catering team will be cooking up a storm yet again for this year's Buderim Christmas Fair. The annual event takes place in the buildings on the corner of Main and Church Streets, Buderim. Our intrepid team will be located inside the War Memorial Hall for Saturday November 30th from 8am to 2pm and would love to see you! They will be selling home made cakes, biscuits, slices, scones, jams, relishes and Christmas cakes. There will also be some hand towels and Christmas ornaments on offer. All are fantastic gift ideas at this busy time of year! Pop in and chat with our dedicated team of volunteers working away under the expert eye of team leader Faye Burke. Together they will ensure everyone's Christmas favourites are available for this great fundraiser and we are so grateful for them all! Come join the fun and check out the delicious goodies at the Bloomhill stall. All proceeds from sales at our stall will support people of all ages to live well with cancer on the Sunshine Coast. About the Buderim Christmas Fair: Buderim Craft Cottage, together with The Buderim Lions and Buderim Library host this special event each year. As well as gifts, exquisite handmade decorations for the house & tree will add a special Christmas feel to any home. Discover everything that is lovingly handmade and original: artworks, pottery, sculpture, cards, jewellery in silver & gemstones, fashion garments, toys, home wares, knitted & embroidered items. WHERE: corner Main & Church Streets – Buderim WHEN: FRIDAY 29th NOVEMBER, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm (BUDERIM CRAFT COTTAGE ONLY) SATURDAY 30th NOVEMBER- Buderim Craft Cottage 8.00 am – 3.00 pm- Buderim War Memorial Hall 8.00 am – 2.30 pm- Buderim Lions 8.00 am – 2.30 pm- Buderim Library 8.00 am – 2.00 pm PARKING: Street & nearby parking supplemented by $2 paid parking at signed locations. All proceeds go back to the community. To find out more visit: https://buderimcraftcottage.com.au/christmas-fair/ Photo: Faye Burke and Clinical Services Manager Trish Wilson were admiring the Christmas cakes baked for last year's Fair.