"Angel Festival and Coffee Morning Extravaganza" at Kingsleigh
on Saturday 7th December 10am til 2pm
How quickly time passes! After another success of the Angel Festival last year, we are once again looking for everyone's help to make this year's even bigger and better. We are encouraging all churches and groups in the area to join in and make it a truly angelic experience. There will be the opportunity for groups to work together to produce a large angel and also for individuals of a varied age range to make smaller angels. As before, refreshments and activities of an angelic nature will be available on the day. Any craft or material can be used..just think outside the box!
Entry fee is £3 for groups, £1 for individuals. Entry forms will follow shortly.
Closing date is Saturday 16th November
Forms to be returned to Kingsleigh or via email to Kate on email@example.com(tel. 07946 745457) or Bev on firstname.lastname@example.org(tel 07810 567533)
Entries can be delivered to church on Thursday evening 5th after 7pm or Friday morning 6th at coffee morning.
There will be a public vote on the day of judging. Winners announced on the day. We would like the angels to stay erected in church until after our carol service, so why not come and join in singing carols amongst the angels!
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