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Stall holders wanted for DING DONG! Christmas festive fair 1st December..

Will you be going to the DING DONG FAIR event?  

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Woo hoo! We at Sheffield Futures are having a Ding Dong! A festive fundraiser fair that is! 100% of the £1 entry fee to public is to go to local charity HARC (Homeless and Rootless at Christmas). There is a prize draw too with prizes having been donated by Sainsburys, Lush & Meadowhall.

Stalls are £35 each for a 6'x6' space complete with table to be held in the warm cosy space of The Circle on Rockingham Lane (near to Costa coffee shop off Division Street). Booked stall holders are selling new gifts for Christmas, Books, Vintage women's party-wear, pre-loved modern style women's clothing & accessories plus mince pies & hot drinks.

There will be Christmas music & a great fun atmosphere - it has been possible by the kind support of volunteers from both Universities plus promotion via local press of Sheffield Star & Telegraph, social media (Facebook & Twitter) as well as website at

If you're interested in taking a stall please call or email me: emma.taylor@sheffieldfutures.org.uk 0114 201 2815 or mobile 07772 887 628

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