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Christmas Craft – tree decorations for Treefest
November 18, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pmFree
Christmas Craft for St Mary Redcliffe Treefest & toy sale
Refreshments & cakes will be available! We will be making Christmas decorations for our Christmas Tree at the St. Mary Redcliffe Treefest – all children invited!
Treefest is a Christmas tree display held at the St Mary Redcliffe every Christmas. Charities and organisations decorate a tree, in a style of their own choosing, which is fun and raises awareness of the work they do. We would like to arrange for one to represent all our deaf children together with the charities and organisations who support them. It is held between 6-11 December and each year they have around 100 trees – it is great to walk around as each tree is so individual. So it would be lovely if we can have something from as many of our children as possible to fully decorate our tree which has been kindly donated by one of our grandparents so please pop in throughout the morning to help fill our tree!
We can hold a small toy and book sale while this is taking place if anyone has anything they would like to sell – please let us know and we will book a table!
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