Santa Claus visits CETMA on Saturday 17th December

It’s just over week for Santa Claus to star in the first ever CETMA (Community, Engagement, Technology, Media and Arts) Christmas fair.

The Fair on Saturday 17th December starts at 11am and finishes at 3pm will feature Santa in his own grotto. Santa will be giving away free presents to those who visit and there will be no charge to visit Santa.

Izzy Khan, CETMA Admin Asst said: “There will be stalls, refreshments, Santa in his Grotto, free story time for children and the Minions will also be visiting.”

Also the Christmas fair will have different stalls and groups in attendance which will include: Funtabulous Gifts, Forever Living, Alidor Crafts, Wales Wildlife Watch, Llanelli LGBT Support, Don’t Panic Group, Simply Healing and Crystals, Clarity Health and Lifestyle.

Izzy added: “If anyone requires advice on what PC or Laptop to buy this Christmas? PC3Rs will also be on hand to answer any questions.”

“Our Christmas fayre will have something for everyone with cakes, sweets, bric a brac, a second hand toy sale and also CETMA’s Llanelli Free Books will be open for the last time before Christmas.”Displaying DSC02002.JPGDisplaying DSC01999.JPG

The Christmas Fayre will take place at the CETMA offices at: Unit’s 1-4 Enterprise Workshops, 100 Trostre Road, SA15 2AE

 

Further information is available from: emailing info@cetma.org.uk; tel 01554 772056 or visit the website at www.cetma.rog.uk; or the events Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/1744596282468148/


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