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The Virtual Christmas Market

We may not be able to run our annual Christmas Market this year, however, we don't want you miss out completely - cue The Virtual Christmas Market!

18 Nov 2020
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We are extremely excited to launch this online event, which will run on our website and via social media from Monday 2nd November until Friday 11th December 2020 and want as many people as possible to get involved as possible!

Ten wonderful local and regional businesses have signed up to take part in this online event and have generously donated ten brilliant prizes - all of which can be won by entering our Christmas Raffle!

Further details on these businesses, and a full list of the raffle prizes up for grabs can be found HERE

Raffle tickets are £10.00 per strip (5x tickets) and can be purchased from now until Thursday 10th December 2020. All proceeds will go towards our 125 Bursary Appeal, and winners will be announced on our website and via our social media platforms - on Friday 11th December 2020.

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