Lynn, Gill & Rosemarie: October 2017
On Saturday and Sunday, 9th and 10th December, we are holding a Christmas Tree Festival. Our plan is to have Christmas Trees displayed by the many different groups who use our Church premises and Community Centre. These will be displayed in and around the Church, where people who visit the premises will have the chance to vote for their favourite by placing money in the collection box by the tree.
During Saturday, between 10am and 5pm, there will be refreshments available, which along with the many trees will be a great way to start the festive season. Also, our 'Cards for Good Causes' shop will be open with its usual display of charity Christmas Cards and a craft stall for those individual gifts.
All proceeds for the event will go towards the redevelopment of our Church Welcome Area.
For more information phone or email Lynn Bernstone on Aylesbury 424653 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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