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Stalls and beauty treatments set for Kesgrave Community Centre Christmas Shopping Evening

PUBLISHED: 09:00 05 November 2017 | UPDATED: 09:00 05 November 2017

Kesgrave Community Centre will hold the Christmas event on November 24. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Kesgrave Community Centre will hold the Christmas event on November 24. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

The annual Kesgrave Community Centre Christmas Shopping Evening returns on Friday, November 24.

Left to right: Angela Aldous (Let’s Party), Brian Barker (Kesgrave Cars), Fiona Farrell (event Co-ordinator), Jo Barker (Kesgrave Community Centre), Ruth Goudy (Kiln Farm Nursery) and Tracy Goymer (Polstead Press) launch this year's Christmas shopping event. Picture: KESGRAVE COMMUNITY CENTRELeft to right: Angela Aldous (Let’s Party), Brian Barker (Kesgrave Cars), Fiona Farrell (event Co-ordinator), Jo Barker (Kesgrave Community Centre), Ruth Goudy (Kiln Farm Nursery) and Tracy Goymer (Polstead Press) launch this year's Christmas shopping event. Picture: KESGRAVE COMMUNITY CENTRE

From 6.45-10pm, the community centre will have more than 30 stalls selling Christmas gifts, cards, jewellery, beauty products food and accessories.

Live music will also be performed by Pop Chorus and Pip Duffy, while a host of beauty treatments including back massage, mini manicures, Henna tattoos and reflexology will also be on offer.

An event spokeswoman said: “The centre is very excited to be holding this fabulously festive annual event and very pleased to be working alongside local resident Fiona Farrell once again.

“Not only is this a great community event but it’s the perfect opportunity to support the centre and Cedarwood Primary school.”

Tickets are £5 and include a glass of mulled wine and mince pie, with funds helping support the community centre and school.

The event is sponsored by a host of local firms including Let’s Party, Kesgrave Cars, Polstead Press and Kiln Farm Nursery and supported by Jo’s Word Art.

Call 07739 848910 to pre-book tickets and beauty treatments, and visit the community centre website here for more information.

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