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Ending 2018 on a festive note!
We ended 2018 with two Christmas-style events.
First up was a Festive High Tea organised by Andrew & Dawn Lynch and Linda Skinner, this was a successful afternoon with around 30 people attending Mercure Goldthorn Hotel where we enjoyed scrummy afternoon tea and games of Higher or Lower (Similar to Bruce Forsyth’s ‘Play your cards right’ game show).
We finished 2018 with a special Christmas drop-in session, which was full of crafts, games, fun and prizes.
We started off with some crafts before going on to a quiz about Christmas and some questions about Zebra Access thrown into the mix!
We also had a Christmas themed bingo, and a sign-a-long to Jingle Bells, which was great fun!
We would like to thank the following retailers who generously donated prizes for our raffle.
Bethany’s @homeofgreatfood (Facebook)
Casino 36 https://casino36.co.uk
Way, Truth & Life Bible bookshop http://www.thebiblebookshop.co.uk
Claire’s accessories https://www.claires.com
Flowers in the City http://www.flowersinthecity.co.uk
Foyles bookshop https://www.foyles.co.uk
Grand Theatre https://www.grandtheatre.co.uk/plan-your-visit/box-office/access-information/
Hotel Chocolat https://www.hotelchocolat.com/uk
Ice Stone https://www.icestonegelato.co.uk
King St Toys & Collectables @rewindcollectables (Facebook
Light house http://light-house.co.uk
Nutmeg @nutmegwolverhampton (Facebook)
Penny farthing @PennyFarthingStore (Facebook)
The Entertainer https://www.thetoyshop.com
The Hooded Ram http://www.hoodedram.com
The Works https://www.theworks.co.uk
Tony’s Deli https://tonysdeli.co.uk
Origami Trees Credit: Andrew Lynch
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