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Town supremo to open fayre

PUBLISHED: 02:36 24 November 2001 | UPDATED: 10:54 03 March 2010

BUYING Christmas presents will be something special for anyone at the Wantisden Valley Christmas Craft Fayre on Sunday, December 2.

As well as over 70 stalls selling gifts, craft items, food and drink, there is also space for visitors to sit and listen to live music which is on offer throughout the day.

BUYING Christmas presents will be something special for anyone at the Wantisden Valley Christmas Craft Fayre on Sunday, December 2.

As well as over 70 stalls selling gifts, craft items, food and drink, there is also space for visitors to sit and listen to live music which is on offer throughout the day.

There will be a variety of music to suit all tastes, provided by Farlingaye School, Woodbridge School, the Orwell Singers, the Suffolk Singers, the Woodbridge Choral Society, Stratford St Mary Bell Ringers and the Westwind Quartet. There will also be steam engine rides for children and an appearance by Father Christmas.

The fayre, which is due to be officially opened at 10.30am by David Sheepshanks, chairman of Ipswich Town Football Club, is being held to raise funds for St Elizabeth Hospice.

It is open from 10am to 4pm, entrance £2 each. Parking is free, and light refreshments will be available.

Wantisden Valley, near Butley, will be sign posted from the A12 at Woodbridge and Wickham Market.

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