The Village Fete was held at The Old Rectory in Chilmark , Wiltshire.
Beth bought an orange and chocolate charming fuchico handbag made by Atelier Mamaô in São Gonçalo, designed by Tania in Vale da Penha.
We sold papier-mâché accessories and colourful bangles made in Morro do Cantagalo by the late Ana Claudia.
We raised £95.00 which will enable us to buy 95 Pioneer native trees for our project.
Ephemeral Brazil was a guest at Lady Katie Page fund raising event for Save the Children Fund .
The Event took place in her garden and family farm in Wiltshire; East Knoyle, the birth town of Sir Christopher Wren.
Young lady buying from a range of our collections made by artisans in Morro do Cantagalo a Comunidade (Favela ) in Rio de Janeiro
Hats from Cristina's collection were for sale and flew away to new homes. On the left we can see Angela Robb GP wearing a Cristina Eastwood floral hatband with matching scrunchie.
She is one of the major supporters of our Agro-Restoration Project. One of our volunteers, Jackie Heathcott, is in the background.
Fashion designer Cristina Carneiro de Mendonça.
Natasha with her mother Ana Paula and miniature poodle Lilo.
It was a marvellous family day out.
Angela Robb GP one the great supporters of our project was hands on at our colourful stand.
We successfully raised funds to acquire 160 Pioneer Native trees for our massive 1000 trees reforestation drive in the rainy season of 2022. We will start the planting of 100 pioneer native trees in the rainy reason which starts at the end of September. There will be be a total of 1000 native trees from the Atlantic Forest planted in the pasture to the left of the Curral. This has proven to be a stubborn reforestation area as the land has been compacted by the presence of cattle over many years :
The Dog show was the highlight of the afternoon . Natasha with her mother Ana Paula and miniature poodle Lilo who won first prize for the prettiest puppy.