SNUG plans first Stoke Newington winter fair
All members of the community invited
STOKE Newington Users Group is holding its first winter fair next month.
The group, SNUG for short, is welcoming everybody to the event, on December 4, at St Michael and All Angels church hall on the corner of Northwold Road and Fountayne Roads.
The group holds several popular events during the summer but wanted to branch out.
SNUG member Andy Gray, of Maury Road, Stoke Newington, said: “We thought it would be a nice community based event to do. We wanted to maintain that community engagement we get during the summer in the winter months.
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“We’d like to point out it’s not a church event, it just happens to be in a church.”
At the fair you can swap your old festive decorations, get involved in festive songs and stories, enjoy tasty sausages, vegetarian food, mulled wine and mince pies.
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There will be a Christmas decoration workshop for children who can decorate a Christmas tree in the hall.
The event runs from 2pm to 5pm and admission is free.