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Angel Festival at Kingsleigh Methodist Church

Saturday 8th December 10am — 2pm

How quickly time passes!
After the success of last year's Angel Festival we are once again looking for everyone's help to make this year's event even bigger and better.
This year 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 various age groups to work on smaller angels.
Refreshments and other angel themed activities will be happening on the day.
Any kind of craft or talent can be used, just think outside the box!
Entry fee will be Groups = £3 and individuals = £1
Closing date for entries will be 16th November.
Forms can be returned to Kingsleigh or emailed or phoned through to Kate or Bev. (07946 745457 / 07810 567533)
Entries can be delivered to church on Thursday 6th and Friday 7th December (times to follow).
Entry forms and posters will follow shortly in the post.
There will also be a public vote on the day and judging. Winners will be announced on the day.
We would love the angels to stay in church until our Carol Service on Sunday 16th December at 3pm.


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