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Cogges For Christmas

Visit historic Cogges for a magical Christmas 2013 and meet a very special guest from the North Pole!
Christmas is coming and Cogges is set to sparkle with festive fairy dust,

Sunday 8th December: Winter Fayre and Market
Meet Father Christmas! Over 30 stalls plus carols, food and crafts
(10.30am-4pm £1 entry / £3 Father Christmas with Gift/ includes access to grounds)
Get crafty at Cogges Winter Fayre and Market with handcrafted and bespoke gifts, treats and decorations from 30 local and regional makers and traders, plus Christmas garlands made to order and beers and ales from Oxfordshire's Compass Brewery.
Father Christmas himself will be by the fire in the manor house kitchen between 12 and 2pm, plus carols from The Blake Primary School and Voicebox Choirs, storytelling with Barefoot Books, jewellery and craft making, mulled wine and mince pies, and don't forget to make a wish and stir the Cogges Christmas Pudding!

Friday 13th December: Carols By Candlelight
Fundraiser with St Mary’s Church, Cogges Parish;
Folk ensemble and festive readings
(7.30pm £5 adult / £3 child inc mulled cider or juice; proceeds to St Mary's and Cogges)
Join us for an atmospheric and intimate evening with traditional carol singing and folk ensemble, festive readings and poems in the rural 17th century Wheat Barn. All proceeds will go to St Mary's and Cogges, donations very welcome on the night. Wrap up warm and sip mulled cider!

Sunday 15th December: Pinocchio!
Cogges Annual Christmas Panto
(2 showings 12 and 2pm £9.50 adult / £8 child; inc entry to grounds 11am-4pm)

It's Panto time again as M&M Theatrical Productions present the classic children's tale of the wooden puppet who wanted to be a real boy! Fast paced frolics for the whole family, be sure to book early (online) as Panto sold out last year!

For ticket booking and more information: www.cogges.org.uk or

T: 01993 772602 / TWITTER @CoggesWitney FACEBOOK.COM/Cogges

Posted : 04/12/2013 13:03:35

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