Primrose Hospice Christmas Fayre

Primrose Hospice in Bromsgrove is holding its annual Christmas Fayre on Saturday 25th November.

The doors of the hospice will open from 12 noon for an afternoon of festive fun and activities. The Christmas Fayre will be officially opened by BBC Midlands Today Presenter Joanne Malin.

As well as festive refreshments, there will be children’s activities and prizes, craft stalls in the craft marquee, a tombola and a raffle, plus entertainment from the Primrose choir, and an appearance from Father Christmas.

Primrose Fundraising Manager, Emma Williams, said; “Everyone is invited to come along to Primrose to look around the hospice and take part in the festivities. Joanne Malin will be officially opening the Christmas Fayre at 12 noon. During the afternoon we are also hosting taster sessions of the holistic therapies that Primrose offer and there will be staff on site to chat about the services that can be accessed here. There is more to Primrose than meets the eye and we want to give the local community the chance to come and have a look around and support their local hospice.”

If visitors to the Christmas Fayre would like to remember someone special, Primrose Hospice will be giving people the opportunity to make a donation to their Lights of Love campaign. The name of your loved one will be included in special remembrance books placed around the Christmas trees located in Bromsgrove, Redditch and Rubery.

The Primrose Christmas Fayre is a little bit special because it is held at the Hospice in Bromsgrove and provides a great opportunity for all the family to visit the hospice and take a look around. The doors open at Primrose Hospice on St Godwald’s Road in Bromsgrove at 12 noon and runs until 4pm. For any contributions to the cake stall or raffle please contact the Fundraising Office on 01527 871051.