This year at Kingsleigh we are going to be holding our very first "Angel Festival" on Saturday 16th December 10am til 4pm
There are two entry categories:-
Groups and Families - the challenge is to produce a life sized angel (or just think BIG...) using any materials — cardboard, wood, cloth etc
Individuals — Age seven years and under, 8-13 years, 14-18 years and over 18s. Anything 3D, any size — let your imagination run wild! Sew, knit, crochet..(entry forms can be obtained from Kate Ode 07946 745457 or Bev Ayre 07810 567533 — to be returned by Sunday 3rd December please).
Angels to be brought to church on Thursday 14th December between 6pm and 8pm or Friday 15th December 10am — 12pm Come along and view a glorious host of angels whilst enjoying refreshments and friendship on Saturday 16th December from 10am. Winners will be announced at 3.30pm, when prizes and certificates will be awarded. There will also be a chance for little ones to make an angel or have their faces painted. Everyone can have their photograph taken wearing wings!
Come along and help us make this the first festival of many!
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