The nights are drawing in, the leaves are falling and soon we will be starting our plans for Christmas. To give you some early ideas on how to make your Christmas one to remember, Katharine House Hospice’s Ladies Luncheon Committee are hosting an afternoon of Festive Fun at the Moat House in Acton Trussell on Wednesday 12th November between 2pm – 5pm.
The event is always extremely popular and over the last few years tickets have sold out very quickly. This year we will be joined by Lucy Turvey from ‘LCT Designs’ who will be providing creative, crafty flair and advice on how to create your own Christmas decorations. The icing on the festive cake will be topped off by Ann Ager from ‘The Original Cupcake Company’ who will be demonstrating Christmas cake decorations on a large cupcake which can be easily replicated at home.
There will be a range of independent traders on the day, giving guests the opportunity to purchase some fabulous seasonal gifts. It’s a great opportunity for guests to buy something a little different than what is available from the high street.
The event has been sponsored by Clare Fleming of Bright & Beautiful (brightandbeautifulutttoxeter.com) – an award-winning domestic cleaning service which provides eco-friendly cleaning, tidying and laundry. Housekeeping help is on hand in Stafford, Stone, Uttoxeter & surrounding areas and Clare ensures that every home she manages sparkles at all times.
“I’m delighted to be able to sponsor this event by Katharine House Hospice because of the benefits it brings to local families. As a local company I am proud to support my local community and be part of such a good cause.”
Kat Hindmarsh, Events Fundraiser at the Hospice says:
‘This event is always very popular and we are looking forward to an entertaining afternoon as well as raising much needed funds for the hospice. The committee and I would like to thank all our demonstrators for giving their time so freely. We are sure that guests will leave full of festive cheers and we encourage supporters to purchase tickets ASAP before they sell out.’