TALENTED BCoT staff and students supported a Rotary Club’s Garden and Craft Fair by selling some of their own hand-made work.

The Rotary Club of Basingstoke has run the fair at Milestones Museum for a number of years to raise funds for charity, and this year’s event was as popular as ever.

As well as many plant stalls, the event boasted a variety of crafts on offer, from jams and chutneys to hand-made ceramics.

The staff and students from BCoT also showcased their work, which included cushions, badges and artwork.

Natalie Jameson, head of art and design at BCoT, said: “As well as being an enjoyable day out, the fair is a great opportunity for our students to see how their work appeals to a wider audience – and perhaps even earn a bit of pocket money.

“The Rotary Club always put on a well-organised event, and it’s good to know that our stall fee is going to charity.”