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Oakhill Christmas Market

Oakhill Christmas Market

Oakhill School

The Christmas Market this coming Saturday, 28 November is your chance to finish off all your Christmas shopping at a delightful market in the school quad.

A stunning variety of gifts from Christmas stockings and decor, to crafts, arty items, fashion-conscious accessories and well as beauty products is on offer including further miniature art from the exhibition two weeks ago.  Delectable food ranging from authentic Thai cuisine, beloved lamb and veg curries, samoosas and spring rolls is available and for the health-conscious, we have fresh juices with a variety of healthy snacks, as well as fresh veggies and plants. For the sweet tooth there are cakes and pancakes and of course real, good coffee. If you aren’t spoilt for choice enough….

There are plenty of activities for children with College and Prep Table Tennis Championships and Hand Tennis Champs for active kids as well Way Cool Kidz, where children of all ages can let their imaginations run free as they transform Slimes, Dough’s, Goaks, Goops ,Glues, Chalk paints and Fuzzy Muds into all kinds of creations. There is mosaic art, glass art, beading and string art, candle making, to name a few… and then of course the ever popular sand art and face painting. The young chefs can try their hands at icing a real Hansel and Gretel gingerbread house! There is soft serve, slush puppie and pancakes and doll houses, teddy bears, wooden toys, books, unique board games and lucky packets all to cater for the children.

And so much more….!

Please bring your friends and family, and of course your children, and enjoy a fantastic vibe and much fun at Oakhill’s Christmas Market.

Oakhill Christmas Market




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