Glamis Hall in Wellingborough is teaming up with Chelsea’s Angels for a Christmas fair on Saturday, November 26.
There will be Christmas craft stalls in the main hall of Wellingborough’s Glamis Hall and Irthlingborough-based Chelsea’s Angels will have their magical Santa’s grotto.
It costs £4 to visit Santa, which includes a present from Santa.
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Children will also be able to write a letter to Santa and there will be lots of craft activities to keep them occupied while they are waiting.
There will also be tombolas from both charities and the cafe will be open for refreshments.
Graham Campbell from Glamis Hall said: “It is going to be a fun and exciting day.
“But people do need to prepare to book though as there will be time slots throughout the day so things run smoothly.
“Glamis Hall is really pleased to be working with Chelsea’s Angels this year as we are two local charities that love putting back into the community.”
The Christmas fair is taking place from 10am until 4pm on Saturday, November 26.
For more details about Glamis Hall, a community centre on the Queensway estate, click here
For more information about Chelsea’s Angels, which supports children with neuroblastoma and other childhood cancers, click here