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December 2021

What are you doing on Saturday afternoon? Can I suggest that you bring your good selves, your families, your friends - but, if possible, NOT your cars! - along to the Windmill. We are delighted to be hosting Deddington Festive Craft Fayre supporting local makers with some amazing, affordable gift ideas. More than 30 stalls ranging from unique crafts to original art, cards and prints, clothing, accessories, decorations, jewellery and more. Make sure you bring the kids because Santa will be handing out treats, refreshments will be available and there’s a big raffle with fantastic prizes. Entry is free and doors open at 2:00 till 5:30pm. The whole thing has been organised by local resident Jo Cross and any money raised will go towards Chances - an organisation set up by Jo in support of stroke charities and causes. 


At the end of a second year blighted by lockdowns and other Covid restrictions, it’s a real treat to be able to open our doors and invite everybody in the village to an event like this. It is, after all, what community centres should be all about. It is also a chance for us to show off the Windmill facilities to those of you who may be new to the area. We can host large-scale events like this, small one-to-one business meetings or anything in-between. If you want to know what else goes on at the Windmill, do visit our website at www.thewindmilldeddington.org or come and speak to one of the management team this Saturday afternoon, 4th December. We’ll all be there at the Fayre. Happy Christmas!



Vaughan Jones

vaughan@englishlanguagematters.com

 
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