Posted: Thu 17th Nov 2011

Hospice To Hold Christmas Fair This Weekend

Wrexham.com for people living in or visiting the Wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Nov 17th, 2011

Nightingale House Hospice is inviting people in Wrexham to get in the festive mood and do some early shopping at their annual Christmas fair this weekend.

The fair takes place this Saturday at the Wrexham Memorial Hall from 12pm to 3pm and will have lots of fun activities and stalls such as a teddy tombola, a bottle tombola, a health and beauty tombola, bric-a-brac, dolls, books, knitted items plus many more.

You can also visit Santa in his Grotto and sing along to the Christmas music performed by the fantastic Farndon Brass Band.

Visitors to the fair will also be given the chance to register for the hospices sponsored Santa Dash which takes place in Llangollen.

Children can fill in a form to get a letter from Santa and at 2pm the hospice’s annual car raffle will be held.

The entrance fee is 50p and all profits made will go directly towards raising much needed funds for the hospice.

Samantha Lee, Community and Event Fundraiser at Nightingale House Hospice said “It is a guaranteed to be a fun afternoon for all of the family, so please come along to help support the hospice.”

If you need further information about the fair you can email Samantha Lee on [email protected] or call her at income generation office on 01978 314 292.



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