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By Tarvin Pre-school & Nursery - 4th December 2018 6:00am
Tarvin Pre-School & Day Nursery are hosting a "stress free" Christmas Shopping Evening on Friday 7th December from 7.30pm at the Community Centre.
There will be a variety of stalls including sweets, jewellery, novelties, cakes, home-made items such as knitted and sewn, make-up, wood crafts, Christmas decorations, personalised baubles, interiors, paper gifts, candles, fragrances, produce, nail products and gel nails (by prior appointment).
Festive refreshments will be available, and a raffle with fabulous prizes.
Tickets are on sale at the Nursery, price £2.50, which includes a glass of mulled wine or fizz and a mince pie. Children under 12 are free. Tickets can also be purchased on the door. Tickets purchased in advance will be put into a special prize draw.
Tarvin Pre-School & Day Nursery is a registered charity and community Nursery offering excellent facilities to the local community and beyond. This event is one of their main fund raisers and promises to be a lovely festive evening. We do hope you will join us.
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