The event was officially opened by the mayor and the fun began.
500 toys the Berwick woodies made this year!
That is 500 toys for 500 kids that would have otherwise missed out this year and according to the charities that attended to receive the toys, there are a lot more going without this year.
Quilts made and donated by the Pakenham Quilters
and Joe's wife.
Bunk beds, so cute and cosy!
They even have little matresses..
Oh my, my inner child screamed out for one of these!
Master nunde yearned for one of each and asked "mum, why dont you ever make me wooden toys for me?"
Answer: um I dont know.
Afterwards we ate cake, dainty little sandwiches and more cake.
We liked this bit alot.
Then we went out to watch the vans take off with all the loot.
But not to worry, looks like they have made a good start on next years bounty.
Have a great day everybody.
late edition. just had to add this link to One Pair of Hands so you could see all of the quilts on display that the Pakenham quilters donated. Click here
Awesome ladies and they do all this on top of making people size quilt for struggling families. xoxo to them all