On Saturday 1st December, Santa Clause is coming to Johnstone High Street as part of the St. Vincent’s Hospice Christmas Fayre from 12 – 5pm. With stalls, games, presents and real life reindeer, kick off the festive season with a day of fun for the whole family in aid of a good cause.
Linda Campbell, Fundraiser for St. Vincent’s Hospice, said: “Our Christmas Fayre is set to be an absolutely incredible day, and we sincerely hope that you can join us on the day! Santa will be arriving at 12pm, and what an entrance he will be making, riding into town on a classic fire engine before meeting all the good boys and girls in his grotto.
“If that’s not enough, we also have a tombola, face painting and crafting, with some delicious cupcakes to keep the kids happy and energised all day. For the adults, we are also offering the chance to get in a bit of Christmas shopping with a fantastic selection of stalls, including hand crafted gifts, jewellery, handbags, scarves, Christmas decorations and rustic wooden garden ornaments. Perfect if you’re looking for something different to give to family and friends this year.
“One of the things we are most excited about, however, is our Preloved Lego Stall. Thanks to an amazing donation from 10-year old James Blair, our Hospice now not only has lots of Lego for children to play with, but it also means we have an amazing range of boxed Lego sets for sale, at a fraction of the price you would pay in the shops!”
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