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Grand Christmas Bazaar 24th November from 2pm

By tonelga  |  Posted: October 09, 2012

Date:
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Location:
DT2 9NB
Details:
The "Grand Christmas Bazaar", is a very popular annual event put on by the Trustees of the Frampton Village Hall. The event has grown year by year. Each year the Trustees try to make the Bazaar interesting and fun for everyone. The Bazaar starts promptly at 2pm with a 15 minute Auction and features Bric-a-brac, Giant Tombola, Raffles, Books, Cd's etc. and Craft stalls by local Artists and Crafts people. Refreshments are available, as is ample on site parking.
Come along and have some fun and find a bargain. If you are looking for that special Christmas present for someone this is the place to look. You won't be disappointed.
Admission is: £1.00 for adults, Children free.

On the same day but starting at 1pm the "Two Slim Ladies", will be demonstrating a delicious and easy to make three-course meal, with a scrumptious starter, mouthwatering main course and decadent pudding. Recipes and cooking methods will be provided, together with the individual costs of all ingredients. And everyone will have a chance to taste the dishes.
If you are interested in cooking lovely food, then this is a demonstration not to be missed. Places for these events go very quickly, so please arrive early.
We would request that guests arrive at least 15 minutes beforehand so that the event can start promptly at 1:00 pm without interruptions.

The entrance fee is £2.50, which will include admittance to the Bazaar which follows at 2:00 pm and of course all proceeds go to the running of the hall.

Tickets available from the Frampton Garage. To reserve a ticket call 01300 320347 or email tonysaunders@f2s.com

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