36th Annual Charity Christmas Bazaar

Our annual Charity Christmas Bazaar, now in its 36th year and will take place on November 12th from 10am – 4pm at the Crowne Plaza, Gerrards Cross.

CAWC is absolutely thrilled to be supporting Carers Bucks. 100% of the money raised will go to Carers Bucks to help support 1,800 young people aged 5-25 throughout the Buckinghamshire area who give unpaid support and care to their loved ones.
At the Bazaar there will be around 70 incredible vendors selling a huge variety of fabulous things, a silent auction, our incredible gift baskets will be on sale, there will be a Grand Raffle, our brand-new Tombola with prizes to be won, the famous CAWC Bake Sale and our Feliz Navidad themed Tex-Mex Cafe!
We have a Premier Hour event from 9am – 10am for CAWC members and their friends and families to be able to shop before anyone else in peace before the crowds arrive!  Premiere Hour tickets always sell out very quickly so, please get yours ASAP through the button below.

Vendors at the bazaar

Kate Harman and  Robin Smirnov (Bazaar Co-Chairs)

Our 35th Charity Christmas Bazaar took place on November 13th 2022.

We are incredibly excited to announce that our Christmas Bazaar 2022 raised £26,826 for the MND Breathing Support Project and we would like to thank everyone involved!

Just to give you some idea of the logistics involved in the organization of last year’s Bazaar:

  • 343 gift baskets were made by 27 member volunteers
  • 75 general raffle prizes, 26 grand raffle prizes and 24 silent auction prizes
  • 68 artisan vendors set up their stalls
  • 25 members baked items for the bake sale
  • 17 members made food for the Lone Star Cafe
  • 60+ members and their families volunteered to help on the day
  • Over 800 people through the door!

As you can see, this is a massive project and the contribution each and every one of you makes is invaluable and much appreciated.

35th CAWC bazaar raised £26,826.00

Phil Murray & Dr Faeqa Hami (Breathing Support Project), Robin Smirnov (Bazaar Co-Chair), Kate Harman (Bazaar Co-Chair)