Christmas Tree Festival

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Come and enjoy the Christmas tree festival which is held on the weekend of Wantage Dickensian evening (6th to 8th December). This year we are raising funds in support of Wantage and Grove Street Pastors and will be open from 6 pm on Dickensian Evening, Friday 6th December for people to look at the trees and to enjoy refreshments in the hall. There will be a coffee morning on Saturday 7th Decemberfrom 10 am to 12 noon and the trees will remain for the Sunday service at 10.30 am. We will be having a stall in the hall selling cakes, biscuits and handmade Christmas gifts/goodies.

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