October 1st, 2016

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PERSHORE residents have the chance to scoop a Christmas bargain at the town’s Sanctuary Care home.

Residents at Heathlands Residential Care Home, off Station Road, have been crafting festive decorations to sell tomorrow (Saturday).

There will also be the opportunity to enjoy stalls, games and refreshments.

The event runs from 10am to 12.30pm.

EVESHAM residents are being invited to The De Montfort School’s annual Christmas Fayre.

The Four Pools Lane school is opening its doors to festive fun on Friday (December 11), where there will be cake stalls, games, refreshments and a tombola.

The event runs from 3.30pm to 5pm.

Visit www.tdms.worcs.sch.uk for more information.

BIRLINGHAM Christmas Fayre will be held in the Village Hall on Saturday, December 12 from 11am to 3pm.

Visitors can pick up some extra special stocking fillers, enjoy a glass of mulled wine and delicious homemade mince pies, write their letter to Santa and enjoy the games, tombola, book stall, raffle and lucky dip.

To make your day complete Santa will be visiting with some early presents to start the festive season off with something really nice.

This great family event has something for everyone; entrance is £1 per adult, children are free.

All proceeds will go towards the upkeep and capital projects of St. James Church, Birlingham.

VALE residents are being invited to JellyPickleJam’s festive fun event.

The popular tasty treat shop is hosting a day of Christmas family fun on Monday (December 14), where visitors can make their own wreaths to take home and pick up some bargain gifts.

The event runs from 6.30pm to 8pm and tickets cost £15, which includes all craft materials and a seasonal cake and tea.

Visit www.jellypicklejam.co.uk for more information.

DAVID Baker Funeral Directors of Bidford on Avon are once again selling Christmas cards and gifts on behalf of Shakespeare Hospice from their High Street.

Gabby Sanchez from the funeral home said “We have been helping the hospice for several years now. Unfortunately this year there will be no Christmas Fayre at Bidford where we would have sold much of the stock.

“It is more important than ever for people in the area to call in to our office and buy some cards and gifts.

“Even if you already have enough cards, buy some for next year. It really is a deserving cause,” she added.

AN EVESHAM teenager was given the prestigious Lions Gold Award for Community Service after clocking up over 150 hours of voluntary service within twelve months.

Rebekah Randles, 17, was handed the award after taking part in a variety of activities such as helping at the Operation Christmas Child warehouse, Evesham College Armed Forces Day, assisting as a volunteer at Lourdes and Evesham Library, as well as time given in helping Girl Guiding Evesham.

Rebekah was also presented with the Girlguiding Young Leader Qualification which she gained by organising, assisting and planning exciting activities for the members of Hampton Rainbows.

Amy Cook, a Girlguiding District Commissioner added “I am very proud how Rebekah has worked on both awards and that nothing has been too much trouble to help and assist with”.

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