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Warm welcome to Beaumond House Hospice Care’s first free Christmas Winter Wonderland event in Newark





Free festive fun for all the family — including furry friends — is promised this weekend, at the first ever Beaumond House Winter Wonderland event.

On Saturday the hospice, at 32 London Road, Newark, will be bustling with activity, from biscuit decorating, facepainting and Christmas card bauble making to a chance to meet alpacas.

There will also be a variety of stalls, games, and chances to win some fantastic prizes.

Jo-Anne Wilson, event and community fundraiser, and Matt Colbourne, head of fundraising and communications at Beaumond House, which is set to host its first Winter Wonderland this weekend.
Jo-Anne Wilson, event and community fundraiser, and Matt Colbourne, head of fundraising and communications at Beaumond House, which is set to host its first Winter Wonderland this weekend.

The event runs from 10am to 4pm, and well-behaved pets are also welcome to come along for a photo shoot with Santa Paws.

Tickets for the photoshoot are £6 and include a mounted print and a discounted rate for further prints and photo gifts at The Fuji Shop.

Pre-booking a time-slot via www.beaumondhouse.co.uk/winter-wonderland is recommended to make sure you get a place.

Turkey cobs, festive tray bakes, hot drinks, and mulled wine will be available to keep attendees warm and there will be the last chance to get tickets to ‘Winner, Winner, Christmas Dinner’ in the Beaumond House Christmas raffle.

Jo-Anne Wilson, event and community fundraiser, and Matt Colbourne, head of fundraising and communications at Beaumond House, which is set to host its first Winter Wonderland this weekend.
Jo-Anne Wilson, event and community fundraiser, and Matt Colbourne, head of fundraising and communications at Beaumond House, which is set to host its first Winter Wonderland this weekend.

The Winter Wonderland is part of the hospice’s three-month-long Be Bright Blue campaign, which addresses the feelings of isolation and loneliness following a terminal diagnosis.

More ways to support the campaign can be found at www.beaumondhouse.co.uk/be-bright-blue.

Beaumond House’s staff are ready to extend a warm welcome to all visitors, and will be on hand to offer support and guidance, and to answer any questions regarding care for yourself or your loved ones, as well as opportunities for employment or volunteering.

Festivities will continue with the JustSing Newark Christmas Carol Service, in the hospice grounds from 5pm.

The event is supported by Pratt and Gelsthorpe, Newark.



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