All the fun of the fair came to Wonthaggi Hospital on Saturday 14 October, when the Bass Coast Ladies Auxiliary held its annual fete.
The event transformed Stirton Room into a hub of festivity, with people of all ages lured by the promise of being able to buy all their fete goodies while supporting Bass Coast Health, their sub-regional health service.
The fete included Devonshire teas, jams, baked goods, a sausage sizzle, white elephant stall, raffles, knitted goods, a coffee van, hot potatoes and a plant stall.
BCH CEO Jan Child was grateful for the hard-working volunteers of the BCH Ladies Auxiliary, whose extensive preparations and efforts on the day resulted in a successful event.
“This fete raised much-needed funds for the community’s sub-regional health service and helped us to continue to provide a greater range of healthcare to our community close to their homes,” she said.