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Cogges - Grand Christmas Market

Come and join us on Sunday 18th December from 10am to 2pm for our Grand Christmas Market. Entry is free.

There will be a large number of stalls selling the best of local food and craft. We will have wonderful cupcakes and Christmas baking; spicy Indian and exciting Chinese food; plus all things garlic, the tastiest local beer and more. Cogges will also be a showcase for some delightful craft work; jewellery, beads, photography, handmade cards and Christmas decorations. Perfect for those last minute gifts or for the Christmas table.

See Cogges dressed for Christmas with beautiful handmade crafted decorations drawn from around the property. Then come see Father Christmas, who will be paying a visit to our traditionally decorated grotto. (£3, includes a gift) There will be more activities for children, including gingerbread and stocking decorating, creating your own tree decorations or pomanders. (Small charge applies)

Listen to the carol singing from Voice Box choir and join us in the traditional kitchen for mulled wine and mince pies.

Have a special Christmas at Cogges. We'd love to see you there.

Posted : 06/12/2011 13:16:34

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