Christmas Fayre & Open Day

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Next Tuesday (20th November) between 11.00am — 8.00pm, The Donna Louise Children's Hospice are opening the doors for the first Christmas Fayre and Open Day.

Throughout the day, the free event will be offering visitors the chance to pick up a special present for Christmas and enjoy some festive fun.

There will be a Santa's Grotto as well as festive stalls selling Christmas gifts, stocking fillers and toys.

Kidsgrove Community Choir, will also be performing from 6.00pm to 7.00pm, when visitors will be able to enjoy mince pie, mulled wine and have a good sing song around our Christmas Tree.

Hopefully we will see you there.
Christina Hunter-Jones
Team Leader
The Donna Louise Children's Hospice

 

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