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Kingsley Christmas Cracker

By Cheadle Post and Times  |  Posted: December 11, 2013

  • Sophie Fallows, aged 13.

  • Chloe Thacker, aged 6, with handmade decorations on sale in the church.

  • Lucie Thacker, aged 3, with handmade arts and crafts carrier bags.

  • Owen Bourne aged 10 with handmade arts and crafts carrier bags.

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ON Saturday, December 7, Santa came to breakfast at Kingsley Village Hall.

Santa's Grotto was decorated for him to meet the children and in the main hall there was served a range of breakfasts.

From 11am onwards on the Saturday 7th and on Sunday 8th, after the morning service, St Werburgh's Church was open for the festival of trees, which have been decorated by different groups from the village.

On Saturday there was also chance for children to make their own crafts, such as calendars, door hangers, finger puppets and nativity scenes as well as Christmas cards, alongside demonstrations of calligraphy and Christmas crafts were also available to buy.

On Saturday, December 14, at 7.30pm Stoke-on-Trent Male Voice Choir will be giving a concert at St Werburgh's Church, Kingsley.

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