Christmas Fayre

When:
2nd December 2017 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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Cost:
Free

Slung Low’s Christmas Fayre is back!

We’ll have dozens of stalls featuring food, drinks, jewellery and a multitude of crafty items and vintage goods – perfect for those looking to get ahead with the Christmas shopping… Not to mention hot food, mulled wine, boozy hot chocolate and all the usual cakes and treats to indulge in on the day.

There will be live music from After Hours and an array of wonderful performers as well as a chance to sing your favourite Christmas carols, festive story-telling and a whole load of yuletide activities.

We look forward to welcoming old friends and new faces at this year’s Christmas Fayre. See below the poster for a full programme.

This year we are asking for those of you who can, to donate to Yorkshire Aid; a group of individuals and organisations that work together to provide aid for refugees and asylum seekers in Leeds, Yorkshire and Europe. As many of you are aware the HUB was recently broken into and sadly at the time amongst many items that were stolen was a huge collection of donations for Yorkshire Aid. We hope to make this better by asking people to bring a MensSnugPack along to the Christmas Fayre.  (Click this link for more information).

Christmas Fayre Programme

12 noon -4pm Join Big Egg Theatre in the Airstream Caravan for  Santa’s Story Grotto: Save Christmas with a Story 
12.30pm Join Forget About the Dog Theatre Company for a Tailor-made Parlour Game

1pm Our very own HUB Choir will perform some Christmas Carols before leading a sing along with some of your festive favourites

1.30pm Live music performed by members of the stand out Leeds band: The After Hours

2pm Time to sit by the fire and listen to some stories told by Manic Chord’s Sam Berrill

2.30pm Another chance to catch some festive electro swing by The After Hours

3pm Sam Berrill will share more stories by the fire

4pm Close

Food & drink will be served throughout!

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