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Published 29th Nov 2011

St Timothy’s Church

Santa is looking forward to dropping into the Viewley Hill shopping centre in Hemlington this Saturday to meet local children and join in the annual Christmas in Hemlington festivities

The day offers something for everyone, featuring a range of stalls, refreshments, carols and music, including performances by children from local schools, all taking place in St Timothy’s Church Hall and the nearby Hemlington Library.

The fun starts at 10am and will go on until 2pm with Santa arriving at his Grotto at St Timothy’s Church Hall at 10.30am. 

This is a real community event, once again organised by local residents and supported by Hemlington Community Council and the Neighbourhood Manager. Admission is free although there will be a charge of £1 for the Grotto to contribute towards a gift from Santa.

For more information contact Reverend Rob Desics on 01642 592649



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