Everyone is invited to Condorrat Parish Church’s Christmas Fayre this Saturday, 23rd November. The fun takes place in the Church Halls from 12 noon and entry is only £1 (50p for children).
There will be all the usual stalls – crafts, gifts, books, groceries, soft goods and home-baking, plus a cafe where you can have tea or coffee, and even soup and a roll. We are even expecting a visit from Santa Claus!
Condorrat Parish Church is getting set to host our annual Christmas Fair on Saturday 24th November. The fun takes place in the Church Halls and doors open at 12 noon. Entry is £1 for adults and only 50p for children.
All the usual stalls and activities will be on offer: crafts, gifts, books, groceries, soft goods, home baking, ‘pop-up paints’ and ‘face-painting’. There will be a tearoom (with tea or coffee), soup & a roll, and we’re hoping there may even be a visit from a certain Mr Claus!
St Mungo’s Parish Church, Cumbernauld is holding our annual Christmas Fayre on Saturday 24th November 2018 from 10am-2pm.
Tickets are available from members of the social and fundraising committee or at the door on the day and cost £3 for adults and £1 for children; this includes your tea, coffee and a selection of home baking. We shall also have on sale hot, filled rolls at only £1 extra.
Hamper, raffle and various gift stalls will also be available, so this is an ideal chance to grab a bargain or take a break from the Christmas shopping. See you there!
Condorrat Parish Church will be holding their annual Christmas Fair on Saturday 25th November in the Church Hall.
The fun starts at 12 noon and entry will be £1 for adults, 50p for children.
All the usual stalls will be there: crafts, gifts, soft goods, groceries, books and home-baking, as well as activities such as face-painting and ‘pop-up paints’. The cafe / tea-room will have the option of soup and a roll, and we’re also expecting a visit from Santa!
Our Christmas Fayre will be held in the Church Halls on Saturday 28 November from 12 noon to 2pm. There will be a tearoom serving soup and a roll as well as home-baking and there will be all the usual stalls, with the exception of Bric a Brac. Santa will be in his grotto, so bring the children to meet him. Pop up Paints will be there again with activities for children and adults. Also, Thorntons are bringing their Advent calendars to personalise and every calendar sold makes £1 for the church. Everyone is very welcome so do please come along.
Thank you to all those who came to our Autumn Craft Fair and Coffee Morning which raised £640 for church funds and Andy and Harvey’s Final Show held on 7 November raised £190 for the Craigalbert Centre.
St Mungo’s Parish Church are having a small Christmas Fayre on Saturday 6th December from 10am till 1pm. Why not come along for some unique gift ideas? A café will also be available to refresh you from Christmas shopping.
St Mungo’s Church are holding a small Christmas Fair this Saturday 30th November from 10.30 am until 2pm. Various stalls and tea room will be available. A warm welcome is offered to all. See you there!
A huge THANK-YOU to everyone who helped make last Saturday’s Christmas Fair at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church such a success. It’s impossible to name everyone, but the list includes those who came along to the Village Hall on Friday night to help get things set up, everyone who donated items for the stalls, tearoom, prizes, etc., all those who staffed the stalls on the day and those helped clear up afterwards, those who made and served the teas, Santa Claus (of course!) who gave up some time from his busy schedule to pay them a visit, the people who did all the planning, phoning and cajoling behind the scenes and, finally, everyone who came along and supported the event with their time and their money.
It was a real team effort by so many people. The people at Cumbernauld Old are delighted to say that around £2012 was raised for Church funds and they extend their thanks to everyone who contributed in whatever way.
Next Saturday, 30th November, it’s the turn of Condorrat Parish Church, whose annual Christmas Fayre will be held in the Church halls starting at 12 noon and which will be opened by Jamie Hepburn, MSP. Full details in an earlier post.
The next major fund-raising event at Cumbernauld Old Parish Church is the Christmas Fair, which takes place in the Village Hall in The Wynd, Cumbernauld Village on Saturday 23rd November starting at 10am. As well as most of the familiar stalls they plan to have a ‘market area’ with a variety of items suitable for Christmas presents.
The organisers are currently looking for donations for the Christmas Hamper, raffle and tombola prizes, baking, soft goods and good quality (complete) children’s toys and games. Due to storage restrictions there won’t be a bookstall or bric-a-brac stall this year. Donations can be handed in at at the Village Hall on Friday 22nd from 7pm – 9pm.
You can also take part in a Festive Quiz – last year you were all raking through your biscuit tins to find the names of favourite brands; this year you have the perfect excuse to hover in the sweetie aisle as this year’s quiz is all about sweets, past and present. Quiz sheets are priced £1.
The people at Cumbernauld Old are hoping to produce a new Cookery Book which we will have on sale at this year’s Christmas Fayre on Saturday 23rd November. So, we are asking people to share their favourite recipes: either old ones they have used through the years or tasty new discoveries. We are hoping to have a range of both savoury and sweet dishes, so feel free to share more than one if you wish.
Please pass any recipes to us as soon as possible, and by 22nd September at the latest so we can get them typed up and collated. Thank you!
Cumbernauld Old Parish Church would like to say a BIG ‘thank-you’ to everyone who helped make our Christmas Fair on Saturday 24th November such a success.
That includes everyone who set things up on Friday evening, all who donated and contributed to the stalls and those who sold as much as they could on the day, all who slaved over hot teas and coffees for the huge numbers of visitors, the Brownies and the wonderful Jazz Group for entertaining us so handsomely, Santa for helping whip up the Christmas enthusiasm in our younger visitors and all other helpers too many to mention.
Thanks, also, to all who came and spent their money supporting us – we’ll update you with the total amount raised as soon as we can – and, finally, to Elizabeth Snedden and Anne Morrison for all their hard work over many weeks organising such a successful fair.
Cumbernauld Old are holding their annual Christmas Fair on Saturday 24th November in the Village Hall from 10.30am – 12.30pm. There will be all the usual stalls, including books, toys & games, soft goods, home-baking, groceries, and more. There will be games and a chance to win prizes, a tearoom and, for our younger visitors, a rather special guest!
We hope this Fair will be a huge success, especially with Project ROCK likely to kick off in early 2013, and we look forward to welcoming everyone on Saturday morning!
Don’t forget our Christmas Fayre which is to be held on Saturday 17th November from 12 noon in the church hall. It’s going to be our best Fayre yet with a tea room, many stalls, hampers, Christmas gifts, books, decorations, lucky dips and various bottles. Bring the kids along to see ‘Santa and his Helper’.
Cumbernauld Old’s Christmas Fair will take place on Saturday 24th November in the Village Hall from 10.30am – 12.30pm, so please make a note in your diary now. If you have any new ideas or you’d just like to come along and help, please speak to Anne Morrison or Elizabeth Snedden as soon as possible. This year we’ll have access to the Village Hall from 7-9pm on the Friday night , so we’ll need helpers (and donations for stalls) that evening if at all possible. Let’s make this Fair a huge success, especially with Project ROCK likely to kick off in January 2013.