F.A.C.E. Christmas market coming up in Arboleas

VARIETY: The organisers promise a range of stalls, entertainment, Father Christmas and a raffle. CREDIT: F.A.C.E.

THE Fundraising in Arboleas, Caring for Everyone Christmas market is coming up.
The annual F.A.C.E. event will be held at the new Arboleas community building near the medical centre on the afternoon of Friday November 29.
Opening the market will be a member, of members, of the Garner Family from the Channel 4 television programme Sun, Sea and Selling Houses.
F.A.C.E. promises there will be many stalls selling all types of merchandise, mulled wine and mince pies. Santa Claus will be also be there.
The All Aloud Choir will be keeping proceedings festive with their fabulous arrangements of traditional Christmas carols. They will be followed by some more Christmas-related tunes performed by Carol George.
Carrie’s Dusty Boots will round off the entertainment with a line dancing demonstration.
A number of the organisations which F.A.C.E. supports will be receiving Christmas presents.
The draw for the F.A.C.E. Christmas raffle will also take place with a top prize of €200 in cash. Raffle tickets are already on sale and can be purchased from any off the F.A.C.E. committee members or from Chapman’s bar-restaurant in Albox, and at various Christmas fairs throughout November.
Entry to the F.A.C.E. Christmas market will be just €1 per person.
For further information on the event, to make a donation to F.A.C.E. or to join this dedicated group of people, call 643 602 402 or contact the charity via its website www.face-charity.com, by e-mail at face.charity@hotmail.com or via the F.A.C.E. Facebook Page.

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