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Come to our Christmas Market, call from Flegg students

PUBLISHED: 11:26 18 November 2016 | UPDATED: 11:26 18 November 2016

Ready for the annual Flegg High Christmas market

Ready for the annual Flegg High Christmas market

Flegg High School

Flegg High School students have been busy making products ready for their annual Christmas Market tomorrow, November 19.

This year’s market, which runs from 10am to 4pm, is bigger than ever with over 45 stalls. Pupils will be running a host of stalls including bauble decorating, Christmas tree colouring competition, handmade crafts, printed gifts, raffle, tombolas and games.

They will also be running the refreshment stall selling homemade soup, sausage rolls, cheese and onion rolls, cakes and drinks – and make fresh popcorn on the day!

Guest stalls include Christmas decorations, wreaths, candles, textiles, shabby chic items, vintage gifts, cards, books, felt decorations, beauty products, clothes, blingy gifts, jams, jellies and chutneys, gift hampers, dog accessories, prints, paintings, jewellery, upcycled pallet gifts, ribbons and bows, moulded record gifts, bags, Avon, Scentsy, My Secret Kitchen, Usborne and lots more.

The school choir and wind band will be performing from 11am and there will be festive music playing throughout the day. The proceeds from school events go towards buying products that the students have requested, and the current aim is to purchase “show” chef whites for them to wear at future events.

And, Glyn Williams will be at the market for a book signing. His new book:, Norfolk Table, 1 country 20 chefs, will be on sale for £15 with and £5 from each book sale donated to Flegg High School.

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