Christmas fayre for charity

By Laura Payne Thursday 29 November 2012 Updated: 06/12 09:46

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Buy photos » Getting ready for the Christmas fayre at Hatchford Brook School Community Room on Old Lode Lane.

SANTA will be in his grotto at a Christmas Fayre to raise money for charity.

Signpost Inclusion, which provides support and training for young people with additional needs, is holding its fayre on December 8 at Hatchford Brook School Community Room on Old Lode Lane.

As well as Santa there will be Christmas crafts, festive games and activities.

Money raised from the event will help the charity loan out items to parents and professionals to care for young people in the community.

The fayre is taking place from 2.30pm until 5pm and entry is 20p while there is a £3 charge to meet Santa which includes a present.

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