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Fair will support hospice
1:20pm Friday 4th November 2011 in News
THE Bromyard District Support Group of St Michael’s Hospice is inviting everyone to attend its annual Christmas Craft Fair, being held at St Peter’s Church from 10am-4pm on Saturday, November 26.
It will be opened by the mayor and mayoress of Bromyard, Nigel and Sheenagh Davis, and will feature music from Steve Palmer and, at 2pm, a performance from Stoke Lacy Village Voices and Handbell Ringers. There will also be stalls and refreshments.
St Michael’s Hospice has also announced that it will be holding a Light up a Life service in Bromyard over the festive period.
The Light up a Life campaign allows people to dedicate a light to a loved one in exchange for a donation to the hospice.
The service will be in St Peter’s at 6.30pm on Sunday, December 4, and dedication forms are available from the St Michael’s Hospice shop in Bromyard, Food for All or the church itself.
Last year donations from Bromyard residents raised more than £3,300 for the campaign.
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