Cullomptons’ Christmas Gift Sale 6th Dec 2014

Its back for the third year running! Bigger and better than last year!

Over 30 Stalls of Art, Craft, Cards, Gifts, Homemade Presents, Knitted/Textiles Good, Illustration’s, Accessories, Childrens Clothes, Wood Carving and so much more from local artists and business owners.


When: SATURDAY 6th Dec 2014 9:30-5pm

Where: Cullompton Community Center- Pye Corner

Cakes, Refreshments are all available on the day for a small price- all proceeds from this go directly to Force Cancer Charity. We have organised the event so it ties in with the Christmas Lights Events in the town on the day.

There will also be face -painting, raffle prizes, Stuffed Toy tombola and much more to keep you entertained. Come and shop locally for the perfect unique Christmas Gifts for all your family and friends.  Prizes for the Raffle include lots of family days out to all many local Devon Attractions.

Lots of variety all under one roof! Also don’t miss the chance to win a homemade Christmas Cake decorated and ready to take away on the day!!! Free Parking is available  at the center so why not pop along and get all your presents in one easy family friendly environment and help us to raise money for your local cancer charity who do so much for people in the community.

Stalls are limited if you are interested in having a table to sell your work please get in touch with: Closing date for stall applications 15th November 2014.

Stalls (which include table) are £20 each with 50% of this fee going directly to Force Cancer Charity.

This is a none profit fair organised to bring the community together and to raise money as a thank you to Force for all the support they gave my family when my Mum battled and beat breast cancer.

With Free Entry and Parking there’s lots to see and do so pop on down!

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