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Princess Anne to visit charity fair
Oct 10, 2012, 15:02 GMT
Britain's Princess Anne is to visit a Save the Children fair at Guthrie Castle in Scotland.
The 62-year-old royal is making a special visit next week to Angus, where she will visit a factory before going to the special charity event, in the hope of making thousands of pounds for them.
Helen Brunton, secretary of the Autumn fair, the Forfar Dispatch newspaper: 'It is 20 years since the princess visited an event organised by the branch so it will be lovely to welcome her again.
'The Fair has been running for many years and has raised a substantial amount for the charity. Last year alone it raised Â£11,500. This year it returns to Guthrie Castle on Monday, October 15, from 5.30 to 8.30 p.m. Entry is Â£7 and includes a glass of wine and nibbles.
'It opens from 9.30 a.m. on Tuesday, October 16, closing at 3.30 p.m. Throughout the day delicious home baking and coffee is available and lunch from 12 noon onwards.'
In addition, 10 per cent of what is spent by those visiting will go straight to Save the Children.
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