Posted: December 2018
Our CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL with a theme of 'Christmas Songs & Carols' is TOMORROW Saturday 8th December, 10.00am — 4.00pm. There will be crafts, cakes & produce stalls and refreshments will be available all day (Including light lunches). Ken Kole's Merry Old Souls will be playing a selection of traditional Christmas Carols from 11 am. There is free Admission, but donations are welcome! All proceeds are for the new Church Welcome Area.
After the Christmas Tree Festival, there is concert for Karibuni Children featuring Wycombe Community Choir. The concert starts at 6.30pm and doors will be open from 6pm. FREE ADMISSION, BUT DONATIONS ARE INVITED to help transform young Kenyan Lives.
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