Glenara Lakes Apartments was abuzz with Christmas spirit on Saturday for the retirement village's annual Christmas bazaar.
According to Glenara Lakes Apartment Auxiliary president Gayle Carroll the bazaar has been running since 2006.
"What we try to do is raise money, which we put back into the apartments and we buy extra things that aren't normally provided to try and make the place more homely," she said.
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The money raised in the past has gone towards things such as pianos, gaming consoles and a wellness room.
"We started off with just a few members ... up till now we've spent about $100,000 since 2006," Ms Carroll said.
Ms Carroll said the bazaar had a very successful turnout.
"We have a beautiful craft stall that was organised by residents in the village. They do some beautiful work, we have some very talented people here," Ms Carroll said.
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