Rollonin Cafe celebrated its 10th annual Country Fair in Bowning on Sunday, November 17.
About $6000 was raised, with $1500 for melanoma research and $4500 for Yass Valley Can Assist.
Yass Valley Can Assist president Geoff Frost said it was a fantastic result.
"This is about the same as last year. A big thank you to Renata Ryan (Rollonin Cafe owner) and all those who helped and attended. We all had a great day," he said.
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The spring weather brought out a great crowd, who enjoyed the many stalls and attractions.
The blacksmith, spinning and scarecrow displays were reminiscent of days gone by.
A ride on Wayne's red trike was a great way to enjoy the Bowning sights.
Fresh fruit and vegetables, cheese, gin and delicious fruit pies, along with jewellery, shoes, homewares and trees were all for sale.
Can Assist's fairy floss was popular with the kids and many families enjoyed a barbecue lunch.
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