Christmas shopping evening raises hundreds for Cedarwood Primary School and Kesgrave Community Centre

The Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre. Picture: FI'S FAB PHOTOS

The Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre. Picture: FI'S FAB PHOTOS - Credit: Archant

A Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre has raised more than £1,600 for Cedarwood Primary School and the community centre.

The Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre. Picture: FI'S FAB PHOTOS

The Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre. Picture: FI'S FAB PHOTOS - Credit: Archant

More than 250 shoppers came together to enjoy 30 stalls selling gifts, jewellery, accessories, hand-crafted goodies and food.

The evening also featured beauty treatments and live music performances by singer Pip Duffy and Pop Chorus, which performed its newly released single Always in aid of St Elizabeth Hospice.

The Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre. Picture: FI'S FAB PHOTOS

The Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre. Picture: FI'S FAB PHOTOS - Credit: Archant

The event raised £1,687.20 which will be split between the community centre and Cedarwood Primary School.

Jo Barker, who organised the event alongside Fiona Farrell, said: “We would like to thank everyone who came along to the Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre on Friday night, it was a fantastic evening.”

The Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre. Picture: FI'S FAB PHOTOS

The Christmas shopping evening at Kesgrave Community Centre. Picture: FI'S FAB PHOTOS - Credit: Archant

The event will return to the community centre on Friday, November 30 next year. Call 01473 612648 to book a space.

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