Uttlesford's Buffy Playbus holds its annual Christmas Gift Fair

PUBLISHED: 13:44 08 November 2009 | UPDATED: 22:02 31 May 2010

UTTLESFORD community charity, Buffy Playbus, is holding its third annual Christmas Gift Fair to raise funds. Following last year s success, the charity is moving to a larger venue and is expecting 35 stalls. The stalls will range from gorgeous and unusual

UTTLESFORD community charity, Buffy Playbus, is holding its third annual Christmas Gift Fair to raise funds.

Following last year's success, the charity is moving to a larger venue and is expecting 35 stalls.

The stalls will range from gorgeous and unusual Christmas gifts, toys, cards food, soaps and beauty products, cards and hand made chocolates and lots more.

The event is being held at The Friends' meeting House, High Street, Saffron Walden on Wednesday November 11 from 10am to 7.30pm.

Project manager Rosie Juhl said: "We will have delicious food available all day with coffees and teas. It will be the ideal place to meet friends and do all your Christmas shopping under one roof. A raffle is also being held."

The cost for entry is £2 per adult with all children free entrance. All funds raised will go towards the running costs of the Playbus.

Buffy Playbus provides pre-school children with an opportunity to play, socialise and have fun in comfortable and safe surroundings under the guidance of qualified playleaders. Parents and carers can relax and make new friends within their own communities or just 'chill out'.

The charity relies on donations, grants and its own fundraising efforts to provide the mobile playgroup to 15 communities throughout Uttlesford.

For more details contact Ms Juhl on 01799 522130.


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