The Camden Haven community is invited to a book sale to help raise much needed funds for farmers who continue to suffer through drought conditions.
The sale will run in conjunction with the Buy Swap Sell Markets at Kendall Showground on Sunday, June 2 and on Sunday, July 7.
The event has been organised by Glenda Sandersan, who has a passion to help others in need.
Glenda was a farmer's wife and grew up in the country as a child. She has lived through drought and all other conditions which impact the land.
After a discussion with her friend Sue Ward, Glenda started making pamper packages for distribution to women who work and live in farming communities.
Glenda has received support from members of the Kendall Kettles Craft Group, the Tuesday Patchwork group and the wider Camden Haven community.
Glenda delivered 31 bags to the Doing it for the Farmers group during a trip to Tamworth earlier this year.
She is planning another trip in August and would like to deliver more pamper bags and donations of money.
If people have any secondhand books to be included in the sale or other items for donation, please deliver to the show secretary's office on Wednesday mornings or leave at the Kendall Services Club before June 2.
For more information or to offer some assistance please call Glenda on 0413 009 317.