Graham Curd and Simon Attfield will have a stand at this year’s Christmas Market in aid of Banbury Young Homeless Project. All items are made by themselves from recycled wood and include planters, chopping boards, serving platters, mirrors and much more.
This is an ideal opportunity to purchase many of your Christmas presents and support an excellent local cause.
A reminder that the Christmas Market is in St Etheldreda’s Church on
An additional fabulous prize is available at this year’s Christmas Market!
Four tickets to the Jack Whitehall Show at the Birmingham Arena on Sunday 12th December are available to the highest bidder. Sealed bids can be sent in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org or submitted in person at the Christmas Market itself, before 17:45 on Saturday 27th November. Minimum bid £50.
And just a quick a reminder of what else is on offer at the Christmas Market…
Horley’s Candlelit Christmas Market is back again this year in St Etheldreda’s Church on Saturday 27th November from 4-6pm. Lots of Christmassy stalls, mulled wine, delicious home made goodies and a great hamper raffle – what’s not to like!
The Horley Ladies’ Guild Virtual Christmas Market is well underway! Thank you to everyone who has already supported us and placed orders.
Melanie’s wreaths are now sold out, but Horley apple juice and locally produced chocolates from Belfair and Gin from Pinnock Distillery are still available. Lisa also has a great range of Forever Living products and you can still get Christmas cards from Agnes at Flamingo Paperie
And don’t forget to get your tickets for Tracey’s cake raffle and the Ladies Guild Christmas raffle!
Sadly we won’t be able to have Horley’s Christmas market in the Church this year, but a selection of the usual stalls will be available virtually instead. More details to follow, but for starters, you can order Christmas cards and Advent calendars from one of our usual stall holders, Agnes from Flamingo Paperie, who will kindly donate 10% of all orders to Horley Ladies Guild in support of St Etheldreda’s Church.