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Christmas Fair - November 30th -

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Come along we will be there with our handmade gifts and Avon products

Free entertainment at bedlington west end community centre , Bedlington Brassband , free visit from santa claus with a free gift , lots of craft stall to browse around selling loads of xmas goodies. Home made xmas cakes ginger wine. And loads more , face painting raffles. And much more , The children will love to make xmas crackers . And other home made gift . We have xmas eve boxes . Reindeer dust sweets , And even more fun xx

Please contact Wendy Fennell Lawson for more details
 

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Posted on the Facebook Bygone Bedlington group :-

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Michelle Brannigan shared an event.

A couple of tables left at the Fayre come and join Santa and sell your wares! £10 a table

 

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The link to the East bedlington Community Facebook site is :-

https://www.facebook.com/events/767911253674046/

Edited by Alan Edgar (Eggy1948)

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