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Save the Children Christmas Fair Returns

Save the Children Christmas Fair Returns

Save the Children are once again bringing their popular Christmas Fair to Leamington Town Hall on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd December.  Open to the public from 10am to 4pm on Saturday and 11am to 5pm on Sunday, this is the ideal place to find that special, lovingly handmade Christmas present.

62 exhibitors will be selling everything from limited edition fine art prints to glove puppets, cupcake candles to locally produced honey, and natural cosmetics to cards, stationery and Advent calendars.  Save the Children will be selling children’s knitwear, home-made cakes and cookies and Christmas cards.

There will be a giant tombola and raffle (first prize a three night stay in a five star Cotswold holiday cottage) and light refreshments will be available.  Admission is free.

Coventry and Warwickshire law firm Alsters Kelley Limited is again supporting the Fair, something they have done for five years.  Graphic design services has been donated by Identity Studio.

Cathy Wahlberg, Operations and Finance Member at Alsters Kelley Limited said:  “We are delighted to be supporting this event once again and are pleased to see it go from strength to strength.  As Save the Children approach their centenary year, their work remains as vital today as when the charity was founded in the aftermath of WW1”.

Ann Bailey, Secretary of the Leamington, Warwick & Kenilworth branch of Save the Children, who is organising the Fair, said: “We are delighted to be working with Alsters Kelley again and their support, and that of Identity Studio, is very much appreciated.  The Fair has grown from a modest one-day event in 2008 to a bustling two day Fair this year and we have again had to turn away potential exhibitors due to its popularity.  It has become a firm fixture in Leamington’s Christmas preparations and we look forward to bumper crowds this year.”

 


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