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Street fair gets closer

PUBLISHED: 19:00 24 November 2001 | UPDATED: 10:54 03 March 2010

THE 11th Cliff Lane Traders Street Fair is getting close but there is still time for charity stall holders to set up pitch and raise their own money.

And the request has also gone out for additional sponsors to back the popular event.

THE 11th Cliff Lane Traders Street Fair is getting close but there is still time for charity stall holders to set up pitch and raise their own money.

And the request has also gone out for additional sponsors to back the popular event.

Wednesday, December 12, is the day and regardless of what the weather may have in store, a fun-packed action evening of events in Ipswich is guaranteed.

At every Cliff Lane Street Fair hundreds of pounds is raised for local charities through sponsorship and activities organised by the traders and supporters – which this year includes Upstarts, the Ipswich company that manufactures (along with many others) the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire board game.

The company, based at Claydon Industrial Park, Great Blakenham, has pledged to donate the mystery draw prize.

Cliff Lane Street Fair also provides a golden opportunity for other good causes to do their bit and add money to their own coffers.

So if you are involved with running a charity, why not make the most of the Christmas street fair in Cliff Lane and book a spot.

To support the traders or set up a stall, contact Simon or Cathy in the post office, on Ipswich 01473 253183 or George in the butchers shop, on Ipswich 01473 251686.


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