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Santa to visit children at Mulbarton playgroup

Peacocks organiser Helen Lungley, Elf Kim Turney, Santa Nick Headland, Elf Sarah Webster and Puddleducks organiser Joanne Doughty at last year's Mulbarton Christmas fair. Picture: SARAH HEADLAND

Peacocks organiser Helen Lungley, Elf Kim Turney, Santa Nick Headland, Elf Sarah Webster and Puddleducks organiser Joanne Doughty at last year's Mulbarton Christmas fair. Picture: SARAH HEADLAND

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Santa will be making a visit to children in his grotto at a Christmas fair in Mulbarton.

Puddleducks Playgroup is hosting the fundraising event, which is being held on Sunday, December 10, 11am to 3pm.

As well as having the chance to meet Santa and his cheerful Elves in the magical grotto, there will also be stalls and games to enjoy.

Three tombolas, a lucky dip, and the popular raffle will be part of the fun, and other attractions include face painting, hot pizzas, yummy cakes and drinks and some local business stalls.

Funds from the Christmas event will go towards providing extra curricular activities for the playgroup’s children, such as drama workshops, trips and end of term parties. Funds are also used to buy new toys and equipment.

The event is being held in the Jubilee Room of Mulbarton Village Hall.

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