Church invites locals to Christmas bazaar – and worshippers can win Little Mix tickets

A church is inviting residents and groups along to its annual Christmas fair, with food and gifts for all the family.

The St Simon and St Jude annual Christmas Bazaar will take place on Sunday 26th November, 12.30-2.30 pm at St Simon and St Jude Church, 5 Hillside Road, Streatham Hill.

The Christmas Bazaar is an opportunity for the local community to come along and enjoy great stalls on the day selling excellent items from cakes, pastries, crafts, mince pies, Christmas cakes, Christmas greeting cards, Christmas decorations, drinks tombola, Santa’s grotto and much more.

A selection of hot food, hot dogs, refreshments and an amazing raffle with fantastic prizes to be won during the afternoon will be available too.

St Simon and St Jude Parish Priest Fr. Habte said: “The Christmas Bazaar is a wonderful event for our local community to come along and enjoy a fun filled afternoon with a great selection of items and goods on offer. We welcome everyone, families, young and old to join us and be part of our Christmas festivities”

Parishioners can also win two tickets to see Little Mix at the O2 in Greenwich the night before the bazaar.

Raffle tickets for this super raffle prize are £5 and can only be purchased from St Simon and St Jude Church weekend mass, which is on Saturday at 6pm or Sundays at 10.30am and 12.15pm. The draw is at 10.30 mass on November 19.

Entry is £1 for adults – children free.

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