WHICHFORD House, in Whichford, is opening its doors for an early Christmas fair which will raise money for charity and the village's St Michael's Church.

Simon and Bridget Heritage have invited the fundraising event to their home which will be packed with stalls selling items such as Tania Llewellyn’s Jaipur Collection, hand-smocked children’s clothes from Paris, painted Limoges china gifts, Pondicherry Indian gifts, Neale’s Yard, Branche d’Olive soaps, high-class bric-a-brac, wines and spirits and many seasonal goodies.

There will also be Whichford pottery, potted hyacinths, menswear and Italian handbags and gifts. There will also be a Chruistams treasure hunt.

The fair will help raise funds for the Gynaecological Cancer Fund, operated by Grace of Belgravia, as well as the Norman church.

The event promises something for everyone and is sure to uncover some unusual Christmas presents.

Entry is £5 and includes a mince pie and cup of coffee and takes place on November 21 from 10am to 3pm.