Christmas fair will round off Sprowston High’s 50th anniversary celebrations and raise money for Norwich Open Christmas

Festive happiness in St Andrews Hall, Norwich at the Open Christmas. Photo: Steve Adams

Festive happiness in St Andrews Hall, Norwich at the Open Christmas. Photo: Steve Adams

Sprowston High School and Sixth Form will raise money for Norwich Open Christmas 2013 when it holds its second annual Christmas Fair.

The event will bring the curtain down on the school's celebrations of its 50th anniversary this year.

The school decided to support Open Christmas, a charity which provides a free meal, entertainment and a homely atmosphere for those on their own or homeless on Christmas Day.

Headteacher Andrew John said: 'I am delighted that we are able to promote the excellent work of this charity, who do much to bring a Christmas Day experience to so many members of our Norwich community.'

Norwich Open Christmas last year celebrated its 21st anniversary, and is held in St Andrew's Hall, Norwich, where people can come for free on the day, and without a booking.


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The Christmas Fair will have a range of stalls offering handmade crafts and unique Christmas gifts, and there will be fun activities for all the family, a raffle, and food and drink.

The fair is free to visitors, and there will be plenty of on-site parking.

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It starts at 10am and finishes at 3pm on Sunday, November 24, at Sprowston Community High School, Cannerby Lane, Sprowston, Norwich, NR7 8NE

For more details about the fair, contact Malcolm Johnston on johnstonm@sprowstonhigh.org, or to sponsor the fair contact bookings@sprowstonhigh.org or phoning 01603 481888.

To find out about Norwich Open Christmas, including how to donate food or warm winter clothing, see the charity's website: www.openchristmas.org.uk

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