It’s beginning to feel a bit like Christmas . . .
PUBLISHED: 17:01 27 October 2014 | UPDATED: 17:01 27 October 2014
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Supporters of St Mary’s Church, Wortham holds their annual autumn fair with a Christmas flavour on Saturday, November 1 in Wortham Village Hall, IP22 1PS. The fun kicks off at 2pm with stalls – bric a brac and books, cakes and sweets, plants and preserves and a tombola – plus there will be a raffle for a Christmas hamper, games including Christmas tree rings, bottle top fishing and the clothes peg game, tea and homemade cake.
Age UK Suffolk is hosting a Christmas Up-Market on Sunday, November 23, which promises to be the perfect shopping experience, where you can ‘browse and buy from the loveliest Suffolk treats’.
The event is at Greshams, 312 Tuddenham Road, Ipswich IP4 3QJ. Doors open at 11am and you can shop until 4.30pm. For more details, call 01473 353071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Treat yourslf and treat others at the same time at the Living It Up Christmas shopping and lifestyle show at Seckford Hall Hotel, near Woodbridge on Sunday, November 30.
The show, supported by Seckford Hall Hotel, Suffolk Magazine, Town 102 and The Juice Works, brings together more than 40 exhibitors under one roof offering the best of Suffolk lifestyle and gift shopping – crafts, fashion and beauty, interiors and produce.
Flawless Image will be offering mini treatments, make up tips and skin care advice as well as showcasing their Temple Spa Products.
There will also be a pop up fashion shop and walk-round fashion show offering ideas and outfits for Christmas and New Year dressing up, plus a charity raffle to win a Fred Olsen mini cruise, with all proceeds donated to Cancer Campaign in Suffolk.
From 11am to 3pm, Living It Up promises to be not just a great day out but a chance to take in the wonderful surroundings of Seckford Hall Hotel, where food and drink will be available all day.
Parking is free, entry is £5, including a free welcome drink. All ticket proceeds will be donated to Cancer Campaign in Suffolk.