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Christmas fair boosts local National Childbirth Trust group

Festive outfits were donned at a fundraising family event for the Camberley and Yateley National Childbirth Trust group

Harry at the National Childbirth Trust Christmas fair

Mothers dressed up as reindeer and youngsters met Father Christmas at a charity’s festive shopping fair.

Camberley and Yateley National Childbirth Trust (NCT) held a family event at Kings International College in Camberley.

Cupcakes decorated with mini snowmen and a raffle with a top prize of a large cuddly Eeyore toy proved popular with visitors.

 

Rebecca Earnshaw, branch co-ordinator, said: “There were lots of Christmas crafts for the children to do including salt dough decorations, Christmas cards, hand-painting and reindeer food, as well as a raffle, tombola, lucky dip and of course Santa in his grotto.

“A local company called Noveltoyz generously donated all the toys that Santa gave out to the children. We also had 100 cupcakes donated to us by Free Cakes For Kids.”

She thanked all those who donated and supported the NCT branch.

Both young and old donned fancy dress to browse a variety of stalls selling gifts. The children also enjoyed baby signing, singing and a Funtime Dance and Drama session.

 

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