New Cross Learning Christmas Fayre and Book Tree

Lucia writes:

Come see our fabulous book tree and get the Christmas fun started with family-friendly crafts, a Christmas book consultant, and a festive book fair on Sunday December 16 (3-6pm) at New Cross learning.

The community-run learning space and library in New Cross is celebrating its second Christmas with a festive book Fayre. There will be:

- A Christmas Tree made of Books
- Mystery book bags for £5
- New and second hand books for sale from 20p
- Book consultant service for advice on those tricky Christmas book giving decisions
- Festive crafts
- A raffle
- Mulled wine and mince pies

"It's going to be a fabulous festive afternoon" said the Chair of New Cross Learning, Gillian Hart. "Book lovers should come to buy our books for friends and relatives. We've got a marvellous selection, and every penny we make goes towards our utility bills - and keeps our learning space and library open!  So it's not just a gift for your friends, it's a gift for the whole community in New Cross."

Entry is free.

The Christmas Fair will follow New Cross Learning's first Annual General Meeting, which will report back on the community-run learning space and library's first year of work and accounts, and elect a new management team.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good, honest Christmas Fayre?

Tamsin said...

On my way to the Lewisham Hospital thread and I saw this. Very good and honest - and now that I've had it drawn again to my attention I'm dishonestly bumping it up to remind other people. And a Sunday so you can get shopping and marketing out of the way then come along to enjoy yourselves.

(Any event I've been to here has superlative homemade cakes. They have some really good bakers among their supporters.)

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