Christmas tree festival at Nailsea church
By Carol_Deacon | Wednesday, November 14, 2012, 16:30
Nailsea United Reformed Church is inviting local people to its Christmas tree festival.
URC to host Christmas tree festival
The team of supporters of the Nailsea Ugandan Water Project pictured at the Methodist church craft fair on Saturday
This is at the Stockway North church from Thursday to Saturday, November 29-December 1.
The church will be open from 2-6pm on Thursday and Friday and noon-6pm on Saturday.
Proceeds from the festival will go to the Nailsea Uganda Water Project.
Entrance is by programme at £2.
Refreshments will be served in the hall throughout the three days with mulled wine, mince pies, tea and coffee available
On Saturday there will be variety of stalls and a soup lunch will be served from noon-2pm.
On Sunday the 11am service will be conducted in the church surrounded by the Christmas trees and followed by coffee in the hall.
Church secretary Sally Edmondson said: "A very warm welcome awaits all adults and children."
For more information call Sally on 01275 855417, Barbara on 810833 or Margaret 852753.
- The Nailsea Uganda Water Project a charity which has teamed up with Tearfund is tasked to raise £30,000 for three years to bring clean water to an impoverished part of Africa. It is currently looking for approximately 20 people from the wider caring community to be sponsored to carry Little Jerry - a yellow painted plastic milk container filled with either one, two or three litres - everywhere they go for a week from Monday to Sunday, November 19-25. The Rev Joylon Trickey, of Holy Trinity, has already signed up for the feat.