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Christmas comes to Woolton Hill as festive market is held next weekend

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Woolton Hill is getting festive next weekend as the village holds its annual Christmas market.

The seasonal bonanza will be “bigger than ever” with a total of 30 stalls, including seven brand new outlets selling wine, ceramics, homemade chocolate, fudge, jewellery, local charcoal and cosmetics.

There will also be the usual feast of seasonal fruit and veg, Christmas cakes and puddings, local high welfare meat including venison, freshly cooked chipolata and breakfast rolls, and a free cup of mulled cider for the grown ups.

For the children there will be a free treasure hunt in order to win a prize.

A raffle and tea room with home-made cakes will also be raising funds for Mencap and Daisy’s Dream – a charity which supports children and their families who’ve been affected by a life-threatening illness or bereavement of someone close to them.

The market will be held at St Thomas’ Village Hall and in the infant school’s playground on Saturday, November 27, from 10.30am to 1pm.

Organiser Sally Fenwick said preparations were going well and it was going to be a “cosy, Christmas event”.

She said: “We’ve got 30 stalls which is possibly the biggest market we’ve had but I could have filled it twice due to the demand.

“Our market has a really good reputation now – we’ve worked really hard to create a really nice atmosphere at the market and we try to be really friendly and welcoming.”

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